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Friends,
I'm facing a problem with RMI communication when my Server is running on Redhat Linux 7.0 and Client is running on Windows NT 4.0. I'm getting the following Error. On all other combinations of Linux and Windows it is working.
java.rmi.ConnectException: Connection refused to host: 127.0.0.1; nested excepti
on is:
java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: no further information
I read some posts, and they say, it is problem with /etc/hosts file. I tried changing it but in vain.
Any Help is appreciated.
Thanks,
Ravi.
 
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Hope somebody can address this issue.
I read somewhere that jdk1.3 on redhat7 is not supporting RMI correctly. How far is that true ?
Thanks,
Ravi.
 
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hi ,
i tested my application with redhat linux 7.1 running the server and Win2000 the client and it worked fine !i was running jdk1.3 installation on both the machines.
rmi works fine without any glitches on redhat 7.1/jdk1.3
cheers
pac
 
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