C4D Network client

Frank Joerdens frank at joerdens.de
Wed May 7 10:05:22 CDT 2003

On Wed, May 07, 2003 at 01:05:45PM +0200, Dirk Reiners wrote:
> 	Hello everybody,
> it looks like over the years a bunch of people had problems with this.
> So did I. Just for the sake for others in the same situation (and for
> Google) here's a little description:
> The effect is that the client aborts with a message "Internal Error:
> String Resource not found!". The log shows an interesting call:
> 000b:Call kernel32.FindFirstFileA(429c2588
> "C4D_Client.exe\\resource\\*.*",429c2988) ret=009f272e
> 000b:Ret  kernel32.FindFirstFileA() retval=ffffffff ret=009f272e
> 000b:Call kernel32.FindFirstFileA(429c25d8
> "C4D_Client.exe\\clientprefs\\c4d_language.prf",429c29d8) ret=009f18f2
> 000b:Ret  kernel32.FindFirstFileA() retval=ffffffff ret=009f18f2
> 000b:Call user32.MessageBoxA(00000000,429c2710 "Internal Error: String
> Resource not found!",00ab7068 "CINEMA 4D",00000000) ret=009f81bf
> Using the executable as a directory might work on OSX, but definitely
> not on Windows. The solution is pretty simple: you have to call it with
> a name that has a \ in it. Just '.\C4D_Client.exe' works fine.
> But to make this post on-topic again: I can't stop it using the menu, it
> just hangs. Any hints on how to diagnose this kind of problem? It's not
> critical, kill -INT works fine, but is not a nice solution.

Does it work for you then? I stumbled over those two problems you
mention too, which are, as you note, either easy to solve or not critical.
However, what I didn't manage to solve was that the client wouldn't send
back the results to the server.

Regards, Frank

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