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nobody
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2007-11-21
2005-10-11
Anonymous
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when i enter from the command line:
colinux-daemon.exe –t nt –c colinux.xml

i get the following message:

(...)
unknown command line parameter 1: '–t'
unknown command line parameter 2: 'nt'
unknown command line parameter 3: '–c'
unknown command line parameter 4: 'colinux2.xml'

what is the problem??

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    Might help to know what version of coLinux you are trying to
    run.

     
  • Alan Starr
    Alan Starr
    2005-12-14

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    Why do you have question marks in it? Mine looks like

    colinux-daemon.exe -t nt -c smallcolinux.xml

     
  • Henry N.
    Henry N.
    2005-12-14

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    I view your your request with non utf-8 here, and I see
    command line with question marks instand the "minus"

    -------------------v-----v
    colinux-daemon.exe ?t nt ?c colinux.xml

    This is a non 8 bit char command line option? You start a
    real normal command prompt?

    Henry

     
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    Hi, Dear Sir.
    I have a problem with colinux!
    I have installed the Cooperative Linux, but after running the "colinux-daemon.exe" file
    Cooperative Linux service starts and stops immediately after that, so colinux doesn't run.
    What is the problem you think?
    Thanks a lot.

     
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    Hi, Dear Sir.
    I have a problem with colinux!
    I have installed the Cooperative Linux, but after running the "colinux-daemon.exe" file
    Cooperative Linux service starts and stops immediately after that, so colinux doesn't run.
    What is the problem you think?
    Thanks a lot.
    N. Khayati
    nfa43@yahoo.com

     
  • Henry N.
    Henry N.
    2007-11-21

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    (Is this outdated? Will close this now. After short answer.)

    Before starts "coLinux as service" should run it from command prompt.
    After the command line runs, install it as service.

    To trace the startup sequenze of "coLinux as service" you can run the colinux-debug-daemon.
    Open a new command prompt and run this line, before start the service:
    colinux-debug-daemon.exe -d -p -s prints=31,misc=31
    This will give you information about problems.

    The file debugging.txt in install directory give more ideas about findout problems. File is new at version 0.7.2
    http://colinux.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/colinux/branches/stable/doc/debugging

     
  • Henry N.
    Henry N.
    2007-11-21

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