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CMS-XML VM 8.2.0.0 - Fix for error "libjli.so: open failed: No such file or directory" thrown by desktop client GUI (pvcsvmux) and PCLI on Linux and Solaris
/bin/vmlinklibs -add To address this issue, please download the attached file vmlinklibs and use it to replace the file(s):
CMS-XML VM Desktop Client on Linux/UNIX shows error "null source"
: Users of the VM Desktop Client GUI on AIX and Linux can download a HotFix for this issue from KB doc P2770 . The patch replaces the Java Runtime Engine (JRE) used by he GUI with one that does not have the problem.
CMS-XML VM 8.2.1.1 - Fix for Desktop client GUI crash/hang on startup if last session was closed with recursive view enabled
... and closed the GUI in this state, the GUI will crash or ... ... Following that, download the file vm ... Download the file vm_8211_DEF170819.tar ... To confirm the patch was correctly installed, go to the Help -> About Serena PVCS Version Mananger screen of the desktop client GUI . ... GUI crashes on startup if last session was closed in recursive view: vm_patch8211_DEF170819.jar ... For UNIX/ Linux , logging in as a different user can adversely affect setuid mode, if enabled. ... For UNIX/ Linux :
CMS-XML VM 8.6 Desktop Client GUI on Linux/UNIX does not display correctly in OpenText Exceed X-Windows terminal emulator
VM 8.6 Desktop Client GUI on Linux /UNIX does not display correctly in OpenText Exceed X-Windows terminal emulator
CMS-XML SLM 2.1.5: Cannot launch SerenaLM GUI on Linux
SLM 2.1.5: Cannot launch SerenaLM GUI on Linux
CMS-XML Version Manager desktop client fail to launch on Linux, gives error libXext.so.6: cannot open shared object file
When attempting to launch the desktop client GUI on Linux , by executing "pvcsvmux", an error similar to the following is shown: Exception in thread "main" java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /usr/pvcs/vm/common/java/linux/jre/lib/i386/xawt/libmawt.so: libXext.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
CMS-XML Dim CM 14.3.3: Downloaded client installation is not able to stop the running Desktop Client
This problem concerns the auto-update of a client installation using the option from the Desktop Client Help menu.
CMS-XML pvcsvmux Desktop Client GUI on Linux/UNIX sends fatal error messages to stdout, which is suppressed
Unless you are running the VM GUI in debug mode (pvcsvmux -d), the stdout channel is closed because we are launching the GUI in background mode and want to reduce its chattiness. Unfortunately there are a number of critical error messages that are sent via stdout, all of which effectively fail to get displayed. Example:
CMS-XML VM desktop client GUI could hang on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 while working with File Server Project DataBases
The GUI desktop could lock up on Red Hat 6 EL w hile working with a File Server-based Project Database, especially after the GUI window loses and then regains focus.
CMS-XML VM 8.5.3 Patch DEF244914: HotFix for VM 8.5.3 on AIX/Linux to solve java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: null source error in VM GUI
The attached HotFix solves the following issue in VM 8.5.3: DEF244914: GUI : Non-Windows: Exception in thread "AWT-EventQueue-0" java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: null source The HotFix should be installed on AIX and Linux systems running the Serena PVCS Version Manager
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