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Bought Roadshow, How to Disable Network Log Viewer

Bill Laundrie

Posts 20
27 May 2018 08:55


I finally got my ethernet module in, and it is working great.  I decided to bite the bullet and purchase a full version of Roadshow.

I ran the installer, which uninstalled the demo version in r51.  After installing the purchased version, a Network Log Viewer window appears on the Workbench after every reboot.

Can anybody please tell me what config file, etc I need to edit to make that window go away and not appear every time I reboot?


Renaud Schweingruber
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 307
27 May 2018 09:03


Add in your network-startup script :

Run >NIL: C:NetLogViewer CX_POPUP=NO


Renaud Schweingruber
(Apollo Team Member)
Posts 307
27 May 2018 09:12


Also, just copying bsdsocket.library from the RoadShow archive would have done the job.


Bill Laundrie

Posts 20
27 May 2018 10:11


Renaud Schweingruber wrote:

Add in your network-startup script :
 
  Run >NIL: C:NetLogViewer CX_POPUP=NO

That exact command is already in S:Network-Startup

Any other ideas?  My r51 install is pretty new, so I'm tempted to just flash it again and move the library file like you suggested.  But I'd prefer a "correct" fix, just so maybe I learn something!


Roy Gillotti

Posts 350
27 May 2018 15:09


Bill Laundrie wrote:

 
Renaud Schweingruber wrote:

  Add in your network-startup script :
   
    Run >NIL: C:NetLogViewer CX_POPUP=NO
 

 
  That exact command is already in S:Network-Startup
 
  Any other ideas?  My r51 install is pretty new, so I'm tempted to just flash it again and move the library file like you suggested.  But I'd prefer a "correct" fix, just so maybe I learn something!
 

 
  check the S:User-Startup script as well there seems to be some redundancy.


Chris T.

Posts 85
20 Jan 2019 11:09


I had this issue today also and solved it by go to "C:" and put the following line in Networklogviewer file (which was totally empty)  Run >NIL: C:NetLogViewer CX_POPUP=NO
  That fixed it! (in S: Network-Startup was it already and has no effect)

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