Server code is 00000000

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Hi,
I changed the motherboard on one of my machines, and now the server code is 00000000 (from sesictrl -n). Needless to say, I can't license that machine now ( What should I do? Re-installing the OS is not an option.
This is Linux Suse 10.1 btw, the Windows side works OK.

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Check with ifconfig.

I had a similar problem, my ethernet card was attached to eth0 but after a few changes it the real ethernet card ended up as eth1 and some left over invalid device was linked to eth0.

I'm pretty sure it gets hserver gets its server code from eth0.
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So, I'm getting back to this about a year later How, pray tell, did you fix it? I can't find eth1 anywhere doing grep -r eth1 /etc

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What the hell are you doing on your computer at 4am man?!?!..

oh wait… how can I know that… hm… ok.. I'll shutup ..

btw.. I guess you're looking for eth0.. not eth1… ?

also … check you /etc/hosts …
you need a IPv4 address there… and newest Linux distro seams to write address in this strange format (I had it with FC5 if I'm not wrong.. and Suse 10.1)

127::
or something like that.. cant remember…

anyway .. you want something like

127.0.0.1 yourhostname.domain yourhostname
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That's cool, the Internet knows all:

http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/suse-linux-help/92280-how-change-ethx-ethy.html [linuxforums.org]

Worked perfectly.

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Peter B
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