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TnsListener service error 1067

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When I try to start the listener service. I get this error. Does anyone know why and how I can fix this.

I am running Windows NT WS 4.0/Oracle 8 server
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What hardware/os&version/oracle version are you running?
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The snmp.ora file is either not configured properly or it is in the wrong location.  The snmp.ora file should be in the Oracle_home\network\admin directory.
The structure of the file will change depending on the number of SIDs being accessed.  See Oracle bulletins: 1015113.4, and 1015202.4.directory.
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