When beginning IBM SPSS Statistics on a macOS-based host machine, appears 'Domain Login' and 'Local Computer.' Or in the lower-left corner of the product launching, a Red x on Local Server is given. Not get the window "What would you like to do" but get an error finally.
When IBM SPSS stats or modeler is started on a Mac computer, a window will be displayed on the 'Computer Local Server Login' screen. 'OK and 'Cancel' are the only response choices. No shift is made by clicking the 'OK' button. The window closing results in 'Cancel,' but the IBM SPSS Statistics product's installation doesn't work. Or when starting the product at the local stage, at the bottom left corner of the server, the red x is on Server Local Server; do not get the window.
The problem of diagnosing
For this action, there are many reasons. The following are the most common causes of conduct and treatments for behavior—operating systems for Apple Macintosh (Mac). See Technote 1992861 for your Statistics version 23. The following method applies to all other versions (or when Statistics 23 problem has not been solved by Technote 1992861). Open statistics. Open statistics. The window will show 'Domain Login.' Choose the menu entry 'Utility.' Launch 'Control of Operation' Choose 'Pace' (at the top of the window). Check that the following entries are present. If you're not on the list of an active program in 'SPSS statistics' AND ' spssengine,' go to the 'Resolution of a problem' but close the data and go to.
Test compatibility with your operating system by product compatibility report. For instructions, see the following document: Technote 1986726. The probable cause of the 'Server Login: Local Machine' message if the host operating system NOT lists compatible operating systems this is likely. When the host machine's operating system is specified in the operating systems compatible, go to. Open 'Track Activity' From the list of available choices, pick the 'Memory' option.
The 'Domain Login' is likely to trigger IF 'free' RAM to equal, or to be less than, 1GB of RAM, insufficient RAM. To solve either add physical RAM to the host or to recognize and end redundant context program to release adequate RAM. If 'free' RAM reaches 1GB of RAM, then go to it. Carry out the Technote 1993131 operation. If 'Domain Login' does NOT exist, the issue is solved THEN. If 'login server' DOES is open, then go to.
The platform has a strong history
The problems can be triggered by cookies and temporary data already saved on your computer. Then test them for your problem, delete them. On your toolbar, click on the 57-icon library icon. Tap History, then click on the All-History Bar at the bottom to open the library window. (If you don't see it, click an fx57 menu button, then click library.) Type the website's name in the search history area in the top-right corner and press the Enter button. From the list, you want to forget, right-click, and pick Forget about this place.
Clear all cache cookies
If the issue is not resolved to delete cookies for the domain, uninstall and clear the Firefox cache from any cookies you have saved into your device. On your toolbar, click on the 57-icon library icon. Tap on History and pick Recent History. (If you don't see it, click the fx47 menu button, then click the library.) Pick Everything in the Time range to clear: drop-down. Pick all Cookies and Cache under the drop-down menu. Make sure you don't pick other things you want to hold.
Application protection blocks cookies
Some Internet protection and privacy apps have cookie-blocking functionality. Check your software manual or access the software provider's support site to see if your program contains a cookie check function and how these settings can be modified.
Delete Fixed File Cookies
You could have a compromised cookie file in your Firefox profile folder if you are unable to log into websites after deleted the related cookies, removed your Firefox Cache, and reviewed your Firefox extensions plugins, and have verified the safety program.
The issue with the server
An error on the web site you are attempting to reach is an internal server error. This server is in some way misconfigured to prevent it from correctly reacting to what you are asking for. View it as a blue screen version of the Internet. There was something on the server so wrong it couldn't tell you what the problem was. Besides the site owners' warning (which may be included in the error message on the Webmaster's email address), there is probably no solution to that problem. It must be fixed by the person responsible for the website.
The fault of the server
Although it is the server's fault if anything is not done correctly, it can be triggered by scenarios. For instance, it can be caused by URL errors. One example is that you see a link in an email or website, and you copied and pasted it in a web browser instead of clicking it. You will see this message if you did not mistakenly pick the full link and left out a number of important characters. You may also see this message if you type and do not type it precisely in a URL from a book or other source.