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Mac os 10.6.8 cannot login to OES2 sp3

Update:10-11Source: network consolidation
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i'm having issues logging into a clean install of OES2 SP3 Linux SLES10 sp4 server here's my log file:
Feb 20 03:23:31 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: Created session: 10 <0x82afc38>, Socket: 60, Total sessions: 2
Feb 20 03:23:31 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: Closing session: 10 <0x82afc38>, Socket: 60, Pending requests: 0
Feb 20 03:23:31 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: Created session: 11 <0x82afc38>, Socket: 60, Total sessions: 2
Feb 20 03:23:31 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: Closing session: 11 <0x82afc38>, Socket: 60, Pending requests: 0
Feb 20 03:23:41 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: Created session: 12 <0x82afc38>, Socket: 60, Total sessions: 2
Feb 20 03:23:41 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: [debug] LDAP user name: cn=horchemg,ou=springfield,o=missouri
Feb 20 03:23:41 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: [error] Failed to get volume key for - INFO:\
Feb 20 03:23:41 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: [error] Failed to get volume key for - WEBBACKUP:\
Feb 20 03:23:41 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: [error] Failed to get volume key for - HORCHEMG:\
Feb 20 03:23:41 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: [error] Failed to get volume key for - INFO:\
Feb 20 03:23:41 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: [error] Failed to get volume key for - WEBBACKUP:\
Feb 20 03:23:41 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: [error] Failed to get volume key for - HORCHEMG:\
Feb 20 03:23:42 Server-1 afptcpd[4407]: Closing session: 12 <0x82afc38>, Socket: 60, Pending requests: 0

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On 21/02/2012 23:16, ataubman wrote:
> Also, has OES been patched up? You need at least the November 2011
> patches to get AFP to work with 10.6.8 , IIRC.
I think you're getting your Mac OS X versions mixed up as Snow Leopard
(10.6.x) was supported from the beginning with AFP in OES2 SP2 and
later. See
http://www.novell.com/products/opene...owleopard.html
It's OS X Lion (10.7.x) that requires the November 2011 (and earlier)
patches for AFP in OES2 SP3 but it is supported from beginning with OES11.
HTH.
Simon
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