Unknown IPC request

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MaxDamage
Unknown IPC request

Hello. When entering the command
/usr/sbin/vhclientx86_64 -t "MANUAL HUB ADD <here is the ip address> | <here is EasyFindId;>
I get an
ERROR: Unknown IPC request "MANUAL HUB ADD <ip address> |"EasyFindId"
The way from this (https://www.virtualhere.com/content/ipc-error#comment-form) thread i tried
Here are the log data
grep vhclient /var/log/syslog
Sep 27 18:05:10 p535734 systemd[21948]: virtualhereclient.service: Failed at step EXEC spawning /usr/sbin/vhclientx86_64: Permission denied
Sep 27 18:05:55 p535734 systemd[21986]: virtualhereclient.service: Failed at step EXEC spawning /usr/sbin/vhclientx86_64: Permission denied
Sep 27 18:09:37 p535734 VirtualHere Client: IPC available at /tmp/vhclient
Sep 27 21:41:22 p535734 VirtualHere Client: IPC available at /tmp/vhclient
Sep 27 21:43:40 p535734 VirtualHere Client: IPC available at /tmp/vhclient

Michael
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You enter in an easyfind address like this for example:

./vhclientx86_64 -t "MANUAL HUB ADD,EDHTwe6Cd3U7iG7wanshCA-3Pmpj4"

or an ip address like this for example:

./vhclientx86_64 -t "MANUAL HUB ADD,192.168.23.1"

MaxDamage
Michael

Yes, thanks, it helped. I have successfully connected the hub.
root@p535734:~# /usr/sbin/vhclientx86_64 -t "MANUAL HUB ADD, 123.345.29.180"
OK
But then I got an error when connecting the disk:

root@p535734:~# /usr/sbin/vhclientx86_64 -t LIST
VirtualHere Client IPC, below are the available devices:
(Value in brackets = address, * = Auto-Use)

Windows Hub (TERMSRV:7575)
--> USB DISK 2.0 (TERMSRV.1)
root@p535734:~# /usr/sbin/vhclientx86_64 -t "USE,TERMSRV.1"
FAILED
There is nothing in the logs:
root@p535734:~# grep vhclient /var/log/syslog
root@p535734:~#

Michael
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You probably haven't purchased the server? You need to purchase the server if you want to use the client on linux in console mode

MaxDamage
Michael

Is the Linux client only available for the paid version? Why is it not said anywhere?
"TLDR: The license basically says if you are an end user you can share one device for free using a Generic build of the VirtualHere USB Server. If you want to resell VirtualHere (on your device), or you are an end user and want to share unlimited USB devices from your server, or you want to use a CPU optimized build of VirtualHere you need to purchase a license."

Michael
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Its literally on the page that tells you how to use the console client https://www.virtualhere.com/linux_console

MaxDamage
Michael

So I can't use the trial version on Linux, but I also can't get a refund if it doesn't work?
You say you are not refunding money because there is a trial version. But there is no trial version for Linux console. I understand correctly?

Michael
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Correct, you need to use the GUI version if you want to try it

MaxDamage
Brilliant. To try the program

Brilliant. To try the program, I need to redesign the system.
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