I have a Location 2710, with a 22.214.171.124 release.
I tried to stop the appliance (like Cisco says in the documentation, âlocserverd stopâ) and the appliance doesn't stops.
I tried to see the âmanâ information of the command âlocserverdâ and the appliance saes that that command does not exist.
What can I do?
Do you have any solution?
Some one can help me?
Thanks in advance,
You have to add "./" (without quotes) in front of the command when you are in the same directory AND the directory is not in your path environment; /etc and below are typically not.
Here is a typical path:
the port is already in use by ssh daemon on the location server