problem of nnm



#15

I download an network node manager 6.31 for solaris 8 evaluatoion software to study, but I installed it on solaris 9(Sunos Solaris1 5.9 Beta_Refresh), and the memory is only 256M. After installed, it can't start SNMP MIB-2 subagent sucsessfully and the exit code is 139, and this make netmon can't start successfully. I don't know which cause this problem. Can anybody help me? Thanks.


#16

What calculator does this fit?

#17

Find an atomic vector plotter.

Hook it up to the logic circuits of a Bambowinni Sub-Meson brain.

Immerse it all into a strong brownian motion producer (a nice cup of really hot tea will suffice).

Enter parameters.

Read some Vogon poetry while you wait.

#18

Could it be that Carly has told HP Tech Support to send people here to get back at us for the bad press she has received here?

#19

It sounds like you should probably look into finding a support site for OpenView/SNMP. This site, in case you were confused by Fred and Gene's droll wit :^), is pretty much devoted to older HP calculators, not their line of network monitoring software.

Unless, of course, you manage to figure out a way to port net-snmp to MetaKernel. I'm sure many of us would be interesting in that... ;^)


#20

Funniest man who lived in the last 50 years, IMO. I still break out laughing when I hear the audio versions of any of his books.

Terrible loss, dying at such an early age. :-(

Gene


#21

> Funniest man who lived in the last 50 years, IMO. I still break out laughing when I hear the audio versions of any of his books.

I'm not sure if he's the funniest, but he certainly makes my short list. I heard a rumor that the original BBC Radio version of Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is available on CD, but I'm still trying to locate a copy. The only thing I've been able to turn up is the audio books. :^/

> Terrible loss, dying at such an early age. :-(

Indeed. I keep hoping that he's simply spending a few years dead for tax purposes...

I understand that he's got a new book coming out. The Salmon of Doubt: Hitchhiking the Galaxy One Last Time is supposed to have been reconstructed from manuscript fragments and notes discovered on his various computers after his death.


#22

Hey;

pretty good news. Is there a way to know some more about it?

Brazilian versions of his books are hilarious, too.

Cheers.


#23

The US edition details are:

The Salmon of Doubt: Hitchiking the Galaxy One Last Time

Douglas Adams, Christopher Cerf (Editor)

Hardcover; 288 pages

Harmony Books; ISBN: 1400045088

May, 2002

It is available through Amazon.com (serch "Books" for Douglas Adams), but I'm not sure if they ship to your neighborhood. :^)

#24

42!


#25

No... 42S


#26

Isn't it interesting that the ultimate answer is 42, both in the book and, it seems, which calc everyone would like to see reintroduced?


#27

Si! See:
http://www.hpmuseum.org/cgi-sys/cgiwrap/hpmuseum/archv007.cgi?read=13984

#28

If they ever DO reintroduce the 42, maybe (in remembrance) they should give it a slipcase that says "Don't Panic!".


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