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We are getting the error-message:

PLPD-Error: plpd :t_listen failed :E10

on the netware-rconsole. We are running FLEX-IP v.1.2, netware 3.11/3.12 and HP-UX 9.04. When we are having this problem, we have to unload pserver, run unistop and disable
the printqueues on the UNIX-server and then load pserver, run unistart and enable the printqueues. Then the printqueues starts to work again. What does this error-message mean ? How can this problem be fixed ?

Torfinn Sund        torfinn.sund@trondheim.kommune.no
Telenor Bedrift DIT,
Trondheim Norway  
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Upgrade to 4.1, I used to use what you do, with all kinds of problems in a previous job.  Having moved job, I started installing 4.x novell.  4.11 has all the functionality built in that Flex IP has.  And it works!
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I recommend upgrading your libraries and patches to the current versions.  I had similar trouble with Netware NFS and this solved the problem.  Good luck!
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