Charles A. Monteiro
charles at datasof.com
Wed Oct 13 16:26:03 MEST 2004
Did you not get an error.log i.e. if you use RuntimePackager for stripping
an error.log file would typically be created. Also just curious what
output you get when you attempt to start the image. Again, as far as
running a SmallWiki I think that running headful is probably ideal. As far
as the re-starting issue, I doubt if it is an issue with VW since saving
images has been around since the beginning of time.
On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 15:03:17 +0200, Alexandre Bergel <bergel at iam.unibe.ch>
>> What bugs were encountered when attempting to run headless? Is there any
>> trace output that can be shared?
> As Lukas pointed out, I encounter a bug when trying to save
> programmatically an headless image. It cannot be restarted.
> It was with an old VW 7. Perhaps it has changed since.
>> On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 11:36:50 +0200, Lukas Renggli <renggli at iam.unibe.ch>
>> >Hi Michele,
>> >>I'm trying to use SmallWiki here on a server. The way I see it, is
>> >>even despite using VNC to keep the X session, it means that right now
>> >>on that server there is always a VNC session. So, if somebody else is
>> >>connecting with VNC to the server he will see the SmallWiki
>> >>windows. Is that correct?
>> >you can have as many different VNC (and X11) Sessions on the same
>> >as you want. You could protect your VNC Session with a password, so
>> >you are the only one able to access it.
>> >The VisualWorks documentation says, that it is possible to run the VM
>> >headless. Alexander tried to put some scripts together, but we gave up
>> >because of some very strange bugs when running VisualWorks headless.
>> >We are basically running all our Smalltalk server-applications in VNC
>> >Sessions. Think of the advantages: this gives the power to update and
>> >maintain the application without having to shut-down the server.
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