The Java RMI registry has to be invoked before the daemon application is started. Do not forget to edit the server configuration file server.config if necessary. At least the options server and serverexec must be set to appropriate values.
First, the Java RMI registry must be started (from the Command Prompt or Shell):
A different port number can be used, if the default port 10555 is already in use. This number can be changed in the config file or per command line. Once the RMI registry is running, the daemon application itself can be invoked. Remember to set the environment variable CLASSPATH to gipp.jar.
The daemon is now ready to receive calls from clients. It will spawn a new server process for every created session.