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  • Windows users should take the following action: 1. Login to the machine, which contains the OpenLink server components. 2. Open the Services utility. (Control Panel) 3. Locate the OpenLink Request Broker service. 4. Highlight the service. 5. Click the Start icon. Unix users should take the following action: 1. Login to the machine, which contains the OpenLink server components. 2. cd into the root of the OpenLink installation. 3. Execute openlink.sh (Bourne/Bash shell) or openlink.csh (C shell). 4. cd into the /bin sub-directory of the installation. 5. Execute the following command: oplrqb New Unix users may want to start the Request Broker with oplrqb +loglevel 7 +logfile oplrqb.log. This instantiates logging and will elucidate problems that may occur.
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