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  1. i have a similar problem with my solaris 8/ultrasparc e450 machine. my /etc/retroclient.excludes has the following entrys. /root my retrocpl.status give me the following informations. /usr/local/dantz/client/retrocpl Server "xxxx.xxxxx.xxx": Version 6.0.143 back up according to normal schedule currently on readonly is off exclude is on 0 connections, 0 authenticated but every backup will backup the /root directory have any a idea? andreas
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    Installing on Debian

    i have running the retrospect client on two debian 3.0 boxes. from my memory i make the following steps 1. convert with the alien tool the .rpm to debian .deb 2. install the .deb with dpkg 3. run the postinstallation script 4. the postinstallation script is crying about missing directorys (/etc/rc.d/init.d ...) 5. make links from the redhat folder structure to the debian (/etc/rc.d/init.d to /etc/init.d an few more) 6. run the postinstallation script again 8. make the config 7. make links for automatic startup the retroclient in /etc/rc3.d/S99retroclient -> ../init.d/rcl andreas
  3. ok, i find self the error. it was a mismatch firewall rule. sorry. AndreasK
  4. i have the new multiserver 6 version from retrospect and 2 linux clients. one client has 1 networkcard and is fine backuped from the retrospect server. the other client have more than one networkcards. this client is not reachable from the server. i have tested all ip from all networkcards. no success. i have than tried the -ip Bind option to the first networkcard. so success. is there a config equal to the registry hack for win2000 for multiple networkscards? Andreas
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