Hi Virginia! I usually don't make binary distributions of the LDM available because they're extremely problematical. The resulting distribution usually depends upon 1. The operating system (and version); 2. The compiler (and version); 3. The runtime libraries; 4. The programming environment (some systems support multiple programming environments); 5. The pathname of the LDM user's home-directory; and 6. Whether or not the user wants to support a large product-queue. With all these variables, it's a big drain on my time to try to make binary distributions -- except for special cases. Is your situation a special case? Can you build the LDM on the destination system (or one like it)? Do you have a "development" environment (i.e., compilers, linkers, the utilities rpcgen(1), yacc(1), and lex(1))? I'm not saying that I won't build a binary distribution for you. It's just that I'm not sure I can guarantee that it will work on the intended system (though I'm willing to give it a try). The latest release of the LDM is version 6.2.1 by-the-way. Would you like a binary of that or of 6.1.0? Do you want to support large product-queues (probably not)? Regards, Steve Emmerson ------- Original Message Date: Wed, 23 Feb 2005 15:54:32 -0600 From: Virginia Galvin <address@hidden>To: Steve Emmerson <ste address@hidden>, Virginia Galvin <address@hidden> Subject: ldm binary Steve, I am implementing LDM 6.1.0 on two RH AS Version 3 servers for Radar II data project at Telecommunications Gateway of National Weather Service. I was told to try to use compiled ldm -- I'm working to take feed from LDM servers maintained by Jami Casamento's group They will be moving to LDM 6.1 on RH ES Version 3 and also plan to use precompi led code The linux kernel for our RH AS Version 3 is: 2.4.21-20.ELsmp for i686 i386 Is there a precompiled ldm 6.1.0 binary I can use and if so would you mind pointing its location to me? I'm told our LDM client at NCEP will be running ldm 6.0.15 on AIX 5.2 thanks gini galvin ------- End of Original Message
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