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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers technical problem Post 302132501 by tiwsaj on Friday 17th of August 2007 07:28:16 AM
Old 08-17-2007
Error technical problem

my problem is that i am having a inbuilt lan card on a pc,i have installed windows & solaris 10 both on it.But in windows lan gets connected while in solris it doent show any thing about the lan card
Pls help
 
vtdaemon(1M)															      vtdaemon(1M)

NAME
vtdaemon - respond to vt requests SYNOPSIS
lan_device lan_device ... DESCRIPTION
responds to requests from other systems (via local area network) made by (see vt(1)). spawns a server to respond to each request that it receives. Options recognizes the following command-line options and arguments: Causes to rebroadcast all requests received on one lan device to all other lan devices specified on the command line. The optional parameter ngateway specifies the maximum number of vtgateway servers that can be in operation concurrently. If ngateway is not specified, there is no limit on the number of vtgateway servers that can be in operation concurrently. Causes vtdaemon to ignore all requests that have come through a gateway. The remaining arguments are the full path names of lan devices that vtdaemon looks for requests on. If no lan devices are specified, the default lan device is used. The major number for this device must correspond to a IEEE 802.3 local area network device. Another function of is to create portals and service portal requests. A portal is a callout device that can be used by to communicate to another machine via local area network (see uucico(1M)). Portals are created by according to the configuration information found in the file Each line in has the format: <calldev>[,<lan device>] <nodename> For each line, creates a portal named calldev in Whenever this device is opened, spawns a server that creates a connection to the system specified by nodename via the lan device specified. If no lan device is specified, the first one specified on the command line when was started is used (or the default lan device is used if no lan devices were specified on the command line). should be terminated by sending signal to it. When receives this signal it removes all of the portals it created in before exiting. DIAGNOSTICS
Diagnostics messages produced by are written to WARNINGS
uses the Hewlett-Packard (Link Level Access) direct interface to the HP network drivers. uses the multicast address It should not be used or deleted by other applications accessing the network. uses the following IEEE 802.3 sap (service access point) values: and They should not be used by other applications accessing the network. Desktop HP-UX If your system has been installed with the Desktop HP-UX product, then both and will not be started by default. In order to start these daemons, change PTYDAEMON_START and VTDAEMON_START from a "0" to a "1" in the and files, respectively. The system must either be rebooted for these changes to take effect, or you can manually start both daemons by typing : where /dev/lan0 is the character special device file corresponding to the IEEE802.3 local area network device. FILES
logfile used by vtdaemon. default lan device name. SEE ALSO
vt(1), uucico(1M). vtdaemon(1M)

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