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To Everyone:

     We have a new UX400 and are trying to set up Genera 8.0.1 on it.  It is 
attached up to a SUN running SunOS 4.1.  The instalation goes fine until the
Define Site stage is reached.  After entering the appropriate information, 
Genera creates the Namespace files and all is well (every command now works
perfectly).  However, when a Save World (Incremental) is then performed
the system gives this error in the cold load stream:
(STEPHENS is the SUN the the UX400 board is mounted on.)

  STEPHENS does no support FILE service through any locally supported protocol.
  It supports only TCP-FTP via TCP, NFS via UDP, NFS via UDP.
  The local host supports only NFS via UDP, TCP-FTP via TCP, TFTP via UDP, QFILE    via CHAOS, NFILE via BYTE-STREAM-WITH-MARK.
  No path could be found for TCP-FTP via TCP, NFS via UDP, NFS via UDP.
  Use protocol TFTP on medium UDP (Y or N) Yes.
  STEPHENS does not support FILE service through any locally supported protocal.  ...
  Use protocol NFILE on medium TCP? (Y or N) Yes.

After typing 'yes' to the NFILE option, genera brings up the console window.
However, if 'no' is typed to the TFTP option, then a 'yes' answer to the NFILE
question causes genera to ask about protocol TFTP again, and when a 'yes'
answer is given the console window appears.  

In the end, Genera tries to use the NFILE protocol to talk to the SUN (this,
of course, will not work).  I have not been able to find a way to save my 
environment without this error occuring.  If anyone is aware of what the 
problem is I would greatly appreciate some help.

                            Mike Swink