Fabio Giannotti enscribed:
| > I have been having problems on a SCO 5.0.5 enterprise system. I changed
| > the IP address and now I cannot get the network to communicate. I get a
| > message, 'portmapper on server 192.168.1.110 is not responding'. When
| > booting I see a message 'starting netbios bound to wrong address'. I
| > can ping 127.0.0.1 and I can ping 192.168.1.110. I cannot see another
| > machine on the network.
| > Tony
| The portmapper error is happening simply because /etc/hosts still has both
| the old and new IP address for the server. Simply delete the line that
| contains the old address and this error should stop. Note: This error does
| NOT affect actual use of the network, it is merely anoying.
| Second, the netbios error can be fixed by editing /etc/default/nbconf and
| changing the IP to the new address. (Be sure to fix both the address and
| broadcast variables.) Note again that this would only affect netbios.
| Even with both of these errors, you should still be able to ping the
| machine, and even telnet to it.
| If you can't, there is probably other problems...
And the other problem might be that it just can't find the network card.