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  1. I've managed to install it, but testing the client on this one machine running Ubuntu 12.04.5 has proven problematic. Another 12.04 machine with the version 9 client has been fine. Whenever the server connects to the client, it is reserved but fails to respond locking up the client. This line gets placed in /var/log/retroclient.log 25 11:16:37: CreateNewProcess: execl() of /usr/local/retrospect/client/retropds.23 failed, errno = 2 and the relevant processes look like this, notice the defunct process $ sudo service rcl status Server "GTv001": Version 9.5.0.113 reserved by CLGR2 for Preparing... back up according to normal schedule currently on readonly is off exclude is off 1 connections, 1 authenticated 25 13:06:19: PmcClose: Handle 3 closed $ ps -ef |grep retr root 11354 1 0 12:54 pts/1 00:00:00 /usr/local/retrospect/client/retroclient root 14068 11354 0 12:56 pts/1 00:00:00 [retroclient] <defunct> $ pstree -p 11354 retroclient(11354)─┬─retroclient(14068) ├─{retroclient}(11360) ├─{retroclient}(11361) ├─{retroclient}(11362) ├─{retroclient}(11363) ├─{retroclient}(11364) ├─{retroclient}(11768) ├─{retroclient}(11769) └─{retroclient}(13555) $ pstree -p 14068 retroclient(14068) I've tried uninstalling the client using this blunt little script, clearing out the processes it left behind and reinstalling. #!/bin/sh /usr/local/retrospect/client/retrocpl -stop /usr/local/dantz/client/retrocpl -stop rm -rf /usr/local/retrospect/ rm -rf /usr/local/dantz/ rm /etc/init.d/rcl rm /var/log/retroclient.* rm /usr/local/man/man1/retroc* rm /usr/man/man1/retroc* rm /usr/share/info/retroclient.info.gz Any idea what can be done for this error?
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