[RC5] Core FAQ?
philip.espi at mfe.org
Tue Dec 14 23:22:48 EST 1999
> I do have a question however. Has anyone noticed network connectivity
> problems with the new .448 client under Win32? I downloaded the new .448
> client, stopped the current client, did a copy-over upgrade (as I've done with
> every previous client) and then restarted.
> Everything works fine until I try to -fetch, -flush, or -update
> manually. I get "Network services not available or not supported" as soon as
> the client starts. It doesn't even appear to be trying to connect. It is not
> my network connection because I can start the previous binary .447 (you do
> remember to backup your client before upgrading, don't you? heh) and it works
I did notice this kind of problem when I first started the new client (but I
didn't copy over the previous one, I just deleted it). But it got fixed
(magically?) after quiting the client several times and forcing updates each
time before quiting. Maybe I even tried a Ctl-Alt-Del on the client (under
W95), but I'm not sure I remember correctly.
Good luck with your flushing.
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