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TPTP on Ubuntu 9.10 [message #500930] Mon, 30 November 2009 10:55 Go to next message
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I have installed Eclipse Galileo with TPTP packages from the update manager, but when I try to test the connection from the Preferences -> Test -> Test Connection, I get an error:

IWAT0284E The Agent Controller is not available on host 192.168.0.86.
Make sure that:
* for localhost, the Internal Agent Controller is supported on your local platform.
* the Agent Controller is installed.
* the Agent Controller is configured to communicate with your machine.
* you have the correct host name and port number for the Agent Controller.

See the workspace Error Log or Agent Controller serviceconfig.log for any additional information.
org.eclipse.hyades.internal.execution.local.control.AgentCon trollerUnavailableException

The same happens if I try to install the stand-alone agent. The servicelog.log of the stand-alone agent controller seems to indicate that it wants to talk with different sockets, namely: 9, 11, and 15, which are not by default on in Ubuntu. After adding services 'discard', 'netstat' and 'systat' as indicated in /etc/services to /etc/inetd.conf it also seemed to expect to get something from port 14, which does not have a service associated.

On what Linux distribution is this supposed to work? Why does it even need to communicate with the kernel through these sockets? With whom does it expect to talk to through port 14?
Re: TPTP on Ubuntu 9.10 [message #500944 is a reply to message #500930] Mon, 30 November 2009 12:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Paul Slauenwhite is currently offline Paul Slauenwhite
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Unfortunately, Ubuntu is not a supported OS (see
http://www.eclipse.org/tptp/home/project_info/releaseinfo/4. 6/support.html).
I would check your firewall to ensure those ports/application are not being
blocked.

Paul
<jani.lahtinen@conformiq.com> wrote in message
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>I have installed Eclipse Galileo with TPTP packages from the update
>manager, but when I try to test the connection from the Preferences ->
>Test -> Test Connection, I get an error:
>
> IWAT0284E The Agent Controller is not available on host 192.168.0.86.
> Make sure that:
> * for localhost, the Internal Agent Controller is supported on your local
> platform. * the Agent Controller is installed.
> * the Agent Controller is configured to communicate with your machine.
> * you have the correct host name and port number for the Agent Controller.
> See the workspace Error Log or Agent Controller serviceconfig.log for any
> additional information.
> org.eclipse.hyades.internal.execution.local.control.AgentCon
> trollerUnavailableException
>
> The same happens if I try to install the stand-alone agent. The
> servicelog.log of the stand-alone agent controller seems to indicate that
> it wants to talk with different sockets, namely: 9, 11, and 15, which are
> not by default on in Ubuntu. After adding services 'discard', 'netstat'
> and 'systat' as indicated in /etc/services to /etc/inetd.conf it also
> seemed to expect to get something from port 14, which does not have a
> service associated.
>
> On what Linux distribution is this supposed to work? Why does it even need
> to communicate with the kernel through these sockets? With whom does it
> expect to talk to through port 14?
Re: TPTP on Ubuntu 9.10 [message #500945 is a reply to message #500944] Mon, 30 November 2009 12:21 Go to previous message
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Ah, thank you.
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