[AG-TECH] WinXP RAT problem
fdech at uchicago.edu
Wed Mar 26 16:47:50 CDT 2008
hmmmmm.... let me check. well i'll be damned.
Cisco Sytems VPN Client. not running, but i will uninstall.
i expect it may require a reboot. nope.
wow. rat.exe now also starts ratmedia.exe!
thank you very, very much, Joe and Tom! i was already beginning to resign
myself to the cold reality of having the re-install the OS.
this was pretty subtle. thanks again.
On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 04:27PM, Joseph Stone wrote:
> Any chance you've got Cisco VPN software installed? It doesn't even need to
> be running to induce this behavior, just has to be installed.
> Do a "netstat -a" and look for port 47000. It turns out Cisco locks it up
> for its own use and when rat goes to use it for its original purpose, mbus,
> rat has problems with getting ratmedia to work. This failure occurs
> On Mar 26, 2008, at 3:36 PM, Fred Dech wrote:
>> On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 02:20PM, Thomas D. Uram wrote:
>>> On 3/26/08 12:37 PM, Fred Dech wrote:
>>>> i've just installed release AG3.1 on a WinXP platform.
>>>> i'm having trouble with the RAT. it does not come up when i enter a
>>>> venue, but i show no errors in the AudioService.log file.
>>>> i believe i am missing a process.
>>>> rat.exe is running, and
>>>> ratui.exe is running, but there is no
>>>> also, when i quit the AG client, ratui.exe is not killed.
>>> is the windows firewall running on that machine?
>>>> running rat.exe directly from the commandline does not elicit any error
>>>> messages, either.
>>> "does not elicit any error messages", but works, or does not work?
>> sorry... does not work, either. rat.exe runs, but no GUI is created.
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