I fired up Remote Install (x:\IBMINST\NPSETUP.EXE, or OS/2 System -> System Setup -> Install/Remove -> OS/2 Warp Remote Install), created some boot diskettes, then when I was ready for it to become the Install Server, I received this error:
[ . . . ](full version of LANTRAN.LOG is here)
XI10105: Insufficient session resources are available on adapter 0 : Requested = 5 Available = 0
XI10106: Insufficient command resources are available on adapter 0 : Requested = 14 Available = 0
XI10107: Insufficient names resources are available on adapter 0 : Requested = 1 Available = 0
XI10083: SERVICE was unable to open the adapters for requested NetBIOS configuration.
XI10087: SERVICE is not running.
Then I used MPTS to remove the two protocols, then reinstalled them reversed (in the "correct" order):
lan0 = NetBIOS
lan1 = TCP/IP
I then rebooted. Naturally (as usual), NETWKSTA.200 refused to load. I then manually edited x:\IBMLAN\IBMLAN.ini from
net2 = NETBEUI$,1,LM10,100,150,14
wrknets = NET2
srvnets = NET2
net1 = NETBEUI$,0,LM10,100,150,14
wrknets = NET1
srvnets = NET1
I rebooted again, and received no more complaints from NETWKSTA.200. I fired up Remote Install again, no error msgs.
This the third box I've fixed using this method, for the Remote Install problem. I suppose that something in the way I have the protocols installed might make my installations sensitive to this problem.
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Last updated 17-Nov-2000