>From: Gilbert Sebenste <address@hidden> >Organization: NIU >Keywords: 200006211448.e5LEmdT09459 ldm-mcidas 7.6.3 Gilbert, >I went to the /pub/binary/linux 2.2 directory to grab the ldm-mcidas >decoders. Is that what I need, for Redhat 6.2? It should be. >I just put it in (including >the pqact entry from the sample file, modified to store in my >/mcidas/data directory, the .ET files, etc), and I got a proftomd error >pretty quick. I just want to make sure I did the right one. When you say put "it" in, I assume you mean all of the decoders. What was the proftomd error? I have tested it numerous times on my RedHat 6.1 Linux system, and I hadn't anticipated any problems on 6.2. >From address@hidden Wed Jun 21 08:49:30 2000 >Oh yes, and I batched SIMSS.BAT and it worked OK (it accepted it with no >problem). Just thought I'd throw that in. OK, thanks. It is good to know that CIMSS.BAT worked with no problems of any kind for you. Tom
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