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Chris Bunch

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Dec 16, 2015, 12:53:10 PM12/16/15
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I am attempting to move a longstanding physical Mac server (Tiger) running Frontier/Manila to a VM Mac OS X El Capitan instance provided by Xcloud. I have OPML editor running OK (so far) but I am getting recurrent error messages "Can't evaluate the expression because the name "flEnabled" hasn't been defined from serverMonitorThread script. I don't need serverMonitor (its not in my original Frontier) and have disabled it in the Tools menu but the error messages keep coming. How do I kill it properly?

Chris

Dave Winer

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Dec 16, 2015, 3:51:07 PM12/16/15
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Post a screenshot of the error dialog.

What's in your guest databases folder?



On Wednesday, December 16, 2015, Chris Bunch <c0...@bayswaterfarm.com> wrote:
I am attempting to move a longstanding physical Mac server (Tiger) running Frontier/Manila to a VM Mac OS X El Capitan instance provided by Xcloud. I have OPML editor running OK (so far) but I am getting recurrent error messages "Can't evaluate the expression because the name "flEnabled" hasn't been defined from serverMonitorThread script. I don't need serverMonitor (its not in my original Frontier) and have disabled it in the Tools menu but the error messages keep coming. How do I kill it properly?

Chris

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Chris Bunch

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Dec 16, 2015, 5:23:47 PM12/16/15
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Dave Winer

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Dec 16, 2015, 5:27:11 PM12/16/15
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Look in the tools folder, I suspect you'll find a serverMonitor.root in there. If so, just move it out of there and restart Frontier.



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Chris Bunch

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Dec 16, 2015, 6:34:30 PM12/16/15
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Thank you. That nailed it!

C


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