I experience the same problem, I don't know if it is a Tivoli problem or a
CDE type problem but is very annoying. You must set up the Tivoli
environment if you want to perform any "Tivoli" functions from NetView,
including several of the new functions included in the TIPN. It would be
nice if this could happen "automatically" for the root user as well.
Anyone from Tivoli support with suggestions on whether this is something
that can be fixed in the /etc/Tivoli/setup_env.sh script?
Maryville Data Systems
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: BTS/RADBPO01/DegirmE On Behalf Of Erdinc Degirmencioglu
> Sent: Monday, October 19, 1998 6:50 AM
> To: 'NV-L'
> Subject: RE: User Profile Customization...
> I have had exactly the same problem and it only occurs with the root user.
> I got round it by putting
> . /etc/Tivoli/setup_env.sh in .profile for all nv6000 users except root.
> However, you don't need to pull in the Tivoli environment if you are just
> running nv6000 from a dtterm. You only need this if you want to run
> The root user must pull this script in manually at the command line when
> it is required.
> Erdinc Degirmencioglu
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> From: seang[SMTP:seang@CA.IBM.COM]
> Sent: 14 October 1998 18:27
> To: NV-L
> Cc: seang
> Subject: User Profile Customization...
> Hello All.
> I am running the following....
> Netview 5.1/FrameWork 3.6 on AIX 4.2.1
> I am trying to do some user profile customization. I have three netview
> root, oper1, and oper2.
> I want to customize root's .profile in the following manner....
> .dtprofile will be customized in order to run the .profile in DCE
> .profile will be also customized including the setup of TIVOLI
> Netview environment.
> . /etc/Tivoli/setup_env.sh
> set -o vi
> When I reboot and log back in as root, I cannot start the CDE, I give the
> correct pasword and I get kicked back out before the CDE comes up.
> I have determined that it is the line . /etc/Tivoli/setup_env.sh
> which is
> giving me the problem. Does anyone know why??
> I would have to execute this command anyway in order to setup the Tivoli
> environment d that I can run Netview. What is the link with the CDE??
> Any help/info appreciated.
> Sean Goldsworthy.
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