[Glass] GemTools 1.0-beta.8.7.1-32x not working with GS

Dale Henrichs via Glass glass at lists.gemtalksystems.com
Thu Sep 17 21:59:24 PDT 2015

On second thought I think that a new version of GemTools is needed to 
run with 3.2.x and 3.3.x and I have some code that I need to publish ... 
but you'll have to wait for that until tomorrow...

I don't plan on releasing a new version of the GemTools one-click....


On 9/17/15 9:39 PM, Dale Henrichs wrote:
> On 9/17/15 7:44 PM, Alejandro Zuzek via Glass wrote:
>> Hi,
>> I have tried to use the latest version of GemTools (1.0-beta.8.7.1) to
>> connect to a GS server and the login fails with this error
>> description:
>> 'Unable to create a GemStone session, check netldi log file.
>> Netldi ''gs64ldi'' on host ''ubuntu'' reports the request '''' failed:
>> Requested version level 3020, this server is at level 3022'
> The gci libraries need to be updated ... assuming that you are running 
> on linux, you can update the gci libraries by doing the following:
>   # exit the GemTools image
>   cd GemTools-1.0-beta.8.7-3*.app/Contents/Linux686
>   rm gciForLinux.so
>   cp 
> $GS_HOME/gemstone/products/GemStone64Bit3.2.8.1-x86_64.Linux/lib32/*.so .
>   ln -s libgcirpc-3.3.0-32.so gciForLinux.so
>   # restart the GemTools image
>> If I've followed the code correctly, the error is returned by a 
>> primitive
>> and I think the libraries would need to be recompiled to work with GS
>> Is there a new reléase of GemTools planned shortly or should I switch to
>> tODE?
> No new releases planned for GemTools but the above instructions should 
> get you functional again. If you are comfortable with GemTools then I 
> would suggest that you continue using it for now ... I plan to release 
> a new version of GsDevKitHome by mid-November which includes a new 
> version of tODE and between now and the release I am restructuring 
> project structure (see GsDevKit_* on github://GsDevKit), so it might 
> be best to hold off for a bit ... if you are interested in moving to 
> tODE anyway, then go ahead and take it for a spin ...
> Dale

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