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I had Solaris working and downloaded patches.. Reloaded shortly after because I wanted to change to a dual boot configuration. Now I get the error: error in scn/cacao license. I can't seem to find any thing on it except for this thread and nothing here seems to help.
Just curious if anyone else is experiencing this problem and how they are handling it.
Thanks for your time
I had the same registering error and I solved the problem by placing the values in quatation marks.
Example /etc/default/init file: (working for me)
Also I think that comments have nothing to do with the solving of the problem. I commented some values in my /etc/default/init file before but nothing has changed. The problem may occur from other remaning values like TZ.
Example /etc/default/init file (not working before quotes also commented):
After some try, I quoted the TZ value of Europe/Turkey and solved the problem.
Also I didn't rebooted the solaris or closed the registry wizard. I also didn't restarted the cacao license deamon stuff. I just pressed the ok button of the error dialog leaving the wizard still open, edited the /etc/default/init file and pressed the next button of the remaining registry wizard.
i was getting in /var/adm/messages
Jul 3 18:30:00 moon cacao: [ID 702911 daemon.warning] com.sun.scn.jmx.impl.AbstractComponent.log : SCNClientConfigImpl.activate("com.sun.scn.offering.SoftwareUpdate") -- failed, no such module
and after this advice , registration went fine. thanks a lot!
Apologies I mis-read the earlier reply.
Cna you try the following -
1. stop cacao (command is "cacaoadm stop")
2. remove the files in /var/scn/persistence
3. then retry registration
I know this thread is pretty old, but I've just had similar issues with Solaris 10 10/08, so I'm making a comment here.
When I first installed update 6 I was able to register fine and download patches. Then I did a sys-unconfig because I needed to change the hostname and all the network settings. After the reboot I couldn't register with a "error in SCN/Cacao update license" message.
None of the suggestions here worked, the GUI registration kept failing. Finally I tried a command line registration with sconadm and it worked fine. guess i should have tried that first...
I'm having the same problem so I tired every other suggestion that has been posted so I tried the last one on the post as well and here is what I received.
Java Accessibility Bridge for GNOME loaded.
../gtk-2.0-key/gtkrc:10: Binding specification is unsupported, ignoring
../gtk-2.0-key/gtkrc:18: Binding specification is unsupported, ignoring
../gtk-2.0-key/gtkrc:29: Binding specification is unsupported, ignoring
../gtk-2.0-key/gtkrc:31: Binding assignment is unsupported, ignoring
../gtk-2.0-key/gtkrc:32: Binding assignment is unsupported, ignoring
../gtk-2.0-key/gtkrc:33: Binding assignment is unsupported, ignoring
../gtk-2.0-key/gtkrc:34: Binding assignment is unsupported, ignoring
Caught Exception when trying to set Look and Feel: ExceptionInInitializerError
No X11 DISPLAY variable was set, but this program performed an operation which requires it.
Updatemanger had been opening just fine until the last eraseCCRRepository command.