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Installing Data Protector under Suse 11

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Hi,

I´ve a Suse 11 64 bits virtual machine and I want to install DP6 client.

I followed this web site
http://www.unixmen.com/install-data-protector-client-in-linux/

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and everything was fine but the xinetd service start/restart.

Every time I wanted to start that service, no error was shown only a red FAILED.

What is wrong? Is DP6 not supported by suse 11 64 bits?

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Hi,

Any idea?

regards
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Please run in separate window:

tail -f /var/log/messages

And then do the xinetd restart, and paste the error here.  You can use CTRL-C to end the command above.
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by:heze54
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HI,

I´ve built a new vm an reinstalled all software.

Works fine
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