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Date: 06 Apr 1996 00:00:01 EST

  Walter Roberson <roberson@hamer.ibd.nrc.ca> says: As part of its
  licensing verification, Framemaker 4.0 attempts to get interface flags
  on a fixed ethernet interface instead of using the hardware inventory
  functions to figure out what the name of the ethernet is. This results
  in an error like

  broadcast: ioctl (get interface flags): No such device or address

  Speak with Frame Technologies.

  Patch 1092 includes fixes for "frame license daemon" and might fix the
  above problem; we don't know yet.

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