rpcbind on SNI SystemV/386 R5.40

rpcbind on SNI SystemV/386 R5.40

Post by Mike Aer » Fri, 26 Jul 1991 07:51:05



I'm using a SIEMENS MX300/60 with SINIX SystemV/386 Release 5.40 Version N12.
I want to use RPC and start rpcbind (good old portmap on SUN & BSD :-))
This thing immediatly stops with the message :
        rpcbind: could not find loopback transports.
I can do a telnet connection to localhost (127.0.0.1) without any problems,
and netstat -i nows the lo0 interface on loopback and has Ipkts and Opkts
due to telnet.

Can some give me a good hint where to start looking for the problem?

P.S. Not to many RTFM please, the docs are in German and it's only the
4th language I speak.

Mike.
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rpcbind on SNI SystemV/386 R5.40

Post by Steve Alexand » Sun, 28 Jul 1991 08:37:33



>This thing immediatly stops with the message :
>    rpcbind: could not find loopback transports.

There are serveral possibilities:

A.   Your actual hostname as returned by "uname -n" doesn't agree
     with the hostnames in /etc/net/tic[lo]ts[ord]/hosts, and these
     files need to be changed.
2.   You don't have the loopback transports (ticlts, ticots, and ticotsord)
     installed on your system.
III. They're installed, but not configured into your kernel.
D.   They're installed and configured in, but not listed in /etc/netconfig.

Hope this helps.


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