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From: "Mike" <@usa.net>
Newsgroups: comp.unix.sco.misc
References: <R2hM5.8249$M85.66591@news4.atl>
<3A02B627.DE647F4C@strhold.it> Subject: Re: Termlite on Win98 Problem charset="iso-8859-1" X-MSMail-Priority: Normal X-MimeOLE: Produced By Microsoft MimeOLE V5.00.3018.1300 Message-ID: <_iGN5.3608$8F.23509@news4.atl> Date: Mon, 6 Nov 2000 16:31:39 -0600 Roberto, You are the MAN!! I did what you suggested and it looks like it worked. I also restored (extracted) wsock32.dll, explorer.exe, and rundll32.exe from the cabs directory. But I think your suggestion did the trick.

Thanks for the input!

Mike

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Michael Whatley
Hoffman Distributing Co, Inc.
https://hoffmandis.com
mike@hoffmandis.com


"Roberto Zini" <fred@strhold.it> wrote in message
news:3A02B627.DE647F4C@strhold.it...
> Mike wrote:
> >
> > I have a problem with connecting SCO Termlite on a Win98 machine to SCO
> > Openserver via TCP/IP.  Everything was great until I tried installing
> > Frontpage and PWS, now I can't connect to the host machine via termlite.
> > Any ideas?  All other Win95 and 98 terminals are ok, it's just mine that
> > "cannot connect to host".
> >
> > I've already 1) uninstalled the FP97 and PWS.  2) Removed Termlite and
> > reinstalled it, several times.  3) Rebooted the host machine (just in
case).
> >
> > I have downloaded Tera Term and Ipswitch's VT320 emulator but would
really
> > like to get Termlite functioning again.  Any suggestions would be
greatly
> > appreciated.  Thanks!
> >
> > Mike
>
> A shot in the dark; try by grabbing the winsock.dll library from
> a working machine and place it on the "offending" one (same
> path, of course - it should either be C:\WINDOWS\ or C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM,
> not quite sure).
>
> Does it work now ?
>
> Best,
> Roberto
> --
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Roberto Zini                                  email : fred@strhold.it
> Technical Support Manager -- Strhold Sistemi EDP Reggio Emilia(ITALY)
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> "Has anybody around here seen an aircraft carrier?"
>         (Pete "Maverick" Mitchell - Top Gun)




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