Summary: Boot Error

From: Fiengo, Paul (Contractor) <>
Date: Thu Dec 16 2004 - 15:15:08 EST
All Gurus:

Thank you for your responses.  A Gent by the name of Helmut Kreft gave me
the correct response which is here:

Have a look at /etc/init.d/dtlogin, namely the funktion update_printers().
Probably the command '/usr/dt/bin/dtprintinfo -populate' is not working as
expected. Maybe you did not install the SUNWpcu package?


I am not sure how all of you guys know these things, but the information is
greatly appreciated.  I added the SUNWpcu and SUNWpcr packages and the error
has been resolved.  Again, thank you all for your assistance.


All Gurus:

I am getting the following message at boot:

env: No such file or directory.

I have checked /var/adm/messages and /var/log/syslog for additional
information to no avail.  I checked my system startup scripts in /etc/rc2.d
and /etc/rc3.d to see if I could locate the "env" string to no avail.  When
logging in I use the env command and it returns information.  Does anyone
have any ideas about where for me to search to figure out what is causing
this error?  I am running Solaris 8 02/02.


Paul Fiengo
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Received on Thu Dec 16 15:17:20 2004

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