Error: SocketManager:Unable to select on listener: (10022)
klaus.layer "at" gmx.de
Sun Jul 24 19:12:00 2005
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thanks for your reply. The box runs with SP3 for more that 6 years 24
hours per day and I didn't see any error. There have been no major
changes in the network setup since SP3 was installed and no firewall is
running. With vnc 3.3.7 it worked with 4.1.1 it don't work. I changed
the listening port in the configuration from 5900 tp 5901 to see if the
port is in use by some other program but the same error is reported in
the windows event log.
Any other suggestion how to proceed?
Thanks for your help,
James Weatherall wrote:
> Are you sure that Service-Pack 3 is installed correctly? Have any changes
> been made to the machine's network setup since you installed Service-Pack 3?
> Is there any firewall software installed on that system?
> Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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>> Subject: Error: SocketManager:Unable to select on listener: (10022)
> Hi all,
> after using vnc 3.3.7 for several years to remote
> administrate a WinNT box from my linux systems, I decided to
> upgrade the WinNT 4.0 SP3 box to vnc server 4.1.1. My hope
> was that the 4.0 protocol speeds up the remote access. The
> installation was successful but after a remote connect to the
> box did not work I found out, that the vnc service don't
> start. The windows eventlog show entries
> SocketManager:Unable to select on listener: (10022)
> Does anyone use vnc 4.1.1 server on WinNT? Does anyone know a
> solution for this error? The vnc source code shows that the
> error is reported in the addListener method of the
> SocketManager class. According to MSDN the 10022 is reported
> when a invalid argument is supplied. Is it possible to
> activate some sort of traceing in vnc server to find out
> what's going wrong?
> Thanks for your help,
> Klaus Layer .~.
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