Yes I tried all of those - here are the results.  Not sure what to try
next.......

I believe you must go into DST on the primary partition to create new
profiles that you can enable for partition + console stuff.  Get to DST
environment menu - then profiles (there are two different flavors of
profiles on this menu) - and then take another menu option off of the same
menu to change "authorities" - like which partitions this profile can signon
to the console of.

Send a note here if you have trouble, and/or let us know if you get it
working.

-- Charly Jones
   Gig Harbor Washington USA




>From: Mark.Pace@ncgicorp.com
>Subject: RE: new partition problem
>Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2001 08:33:51 -0500
>
>
> >Mark,
> >If I recall correctly, the default service tools profiles/passwords
>are:>>
> >QSECOFR        QSECOFR
> >QSRV                     QSRV
> >22222222       22222222
> >11111111       11111111
>
> >Have you tried, (or changed) these?
>
> >Andy Nolen-Parkhouse
>
>Andy -
>Yes I tried all of those - here are the results.  Not sure what to try
>next.......
>
>OS/400 Guest Partition Console
>  1: LINUX1
>  2: BYNARI
>2
>BYNARI  : Enter OS/400 service tools userid:
>
>11111111
>REMOTE PANEL KEY AUTHORITY REQUIRED FOR THIS PARTITION
>BYNARI  : Invalid OS/400 service tools authentication.
>BYNARI  : Enter OS/400 service tools userid:
>
>22222222
>REMOTE PANEL KEY AUTHORITY REQUIRED FOR THIS PARTITION
>BYNARI  : Invalid OS/400 service tools authentication.
>BYNARI  : Enter OS/400 service tools userid:
>
>qsecofr
>QSECOFR PROFILE NOT VALID FOR GUEST PARTITION CONSOLE
>BYNARI  : Invalid OS/400 service tools authentication.
>BYNARI  : Enter OS/400 service tools userid:
>
>qsrv
>REMOTE PANEL KEY AUTHORITY REQUIRED FOR THIS PARTITION
>BYNARI  : Invalid OS/400 service tools authentication.
>BYNARI  : Enter OS/400 service tools userid:
>


"If you wanna end the war and stuff you gotta
sing loud." -- Arlo Guthrie

"Once they go up, who cares where they come down?  That's not my
department."
-- Werner von Braun

Charly Jones
253 265-6244
Gig Harbor
Washington USA

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