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CMS-XML After installing VM on Linux I get libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
However, when I run pvcsvmux or pcli I get the following error: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory 13:10:00 Jun.02.10 [Error] /usr/serena/vm/common/lib/linux/libpvcsjvms.so:
CMS-XML VM GUI / PCLI crashes on Linux when using VCSID login source if HOST does not yield a username
The VCSID environment variable is not empty The HOST login source does not yield a username (for example because the OS is configured to authenticate users via winbind and samba-winbind-clients.i686 is not installed ) then the VM GUI and PCLI on Linux will crash with an error similar to:
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
Users other than the one who installed Version Manager cannot run the GUI or PCLI in setuid mode. When they try, they see error messages like:
CMS-XML VM: PCLI - The project root could not be loaded: "ProjectDBPath" -or- The project root could not be loaded: ""
... the environment variable PCLI _PR ... style paths and PCLI is running on Linux /UNIX, ... it gets to PCLI . ... error, then PCLI may lack the ... ( Linux /UNIX) ... ... Note that on Linux /UNIX every ... ... setuid mode on Linux /UNIX may ... ... specified and no PCLI _PR ... tools have been configured to replace certain ... While the replacement characters may be more pleasing to the eye, they are not functionally equivalent and will cause failures when used from command line tools like PCLI .
CMS-XML Calling PCLI from Apache on Linux fails with Cannot connect to license server system. (-15,570:13 "Permission denied"): VersionManager (Username)
A user was attempting to execute a PCLI command from an Apache web site with PHP but received the error: BaseLocator.licenseFailure code=-15; explanation: Cannot connect to license server system (-15,570:13 "Permission denied"
CMS-XML VM: How to set up workfile location for a file using the PCLI command SetWorkLocation (SWL)
VM: How to set up workfile location for a file using the PCLI command SetWorkLocation (SWL) Instead of using the graphical user interface, the workfile location can also be set from the command line using the PCLI command SetWorkLocation or SWL.
CMS-XML Using PCLI commands in an UNIX Environment (Slashes or Backslashes, which do I use?)
I am attempting to use PCLI commands on my Linux box. When I issue my command PCLI returns an error “The project root could not be loaded” but if I issue the very same command on my Windows machine it works. Why?
CMS-XML New PVCS Version Manager users on Linux or UNIX get: Access has been denied because no license server is defined in ISLV file /.islvrc
When new VM users on a Linux or UNIX system try to run a PCLI or CLI command, they may get the error: Access has been denied because no license server is defined in ISLV file HomeDir
CMS-XML Required associations ignored if Sourcebridge not installed
"Require associations on checkin" setting on a project database is ignored in the following circumstances: if the user has the VM GUI, but not Sourcebridge (or Trackerlink), the checkin goes through without any error or attempted association. Also, if using PCLI , there is no mechanism to link the checkin with the issue tracking software. CLI deals with individual archives and has no knowledge of any associations in the first place.
CMS-XML VM 8.2.x - VM desktop client GUI does not start, PCLI shows error Could not load NSLDAPSSL32V60.dll
After installing VM 8.2.x, attempts launch desktop client GUI all fail, and IDE integrations fail to work
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