Peter, If you're seeing the message "can't locate /home/ldm/etc/ldmadmin-pl.conf" when you execute the ldmadmin(1) script, then your PATH environment variable is setup correctly and you have a different problem. Does that file exist? If so, then what does the following print? ls -l /home/ldm/etc/ldmadmin-pl.conf Regards, Steve Emmerson ------- Original Message Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2005 22:17:39 +0300 From: "peter Msikela" <address@hidden>To: address@hidden cc: address@hidden Subject: RE: 20050317: Activating LDM -6.2.1 <html><div style='background-color:'><P><BR>Hi,</P> <P>I still get the message <STRONG>can't locate /home/ldm/etc/ldmadmin-pl.conf </STRONG>when i run the ldm with the ldmadmin commands.I tried to set the Path varible to include the "bin" subdirectory but still it didn't work out.Here is the snapshot of my shell profile file:</P> <P>address@hidden ldm]# vi .bash_profile<BR># .bash_profile</P> <P># Get the aliases and functions<BR>if [ -f ~/.bashrc ]; then<BR> . ~/.bashrc<BR>fi</P> <P># User specific environment and startup programs</P> <P>PATH=./:$PATH</P> <P>export LDMHOME=$HOME<BR>export PATH=$HOME/decoders:$HOME/util:$HOME/bin:$PAT H<BR>export MANPATH=$HOME/man:/usr/share/man<BR>export PATH<BR>unset USERNAME<B R>~<BR>~<BR>~<BR>~<BR>~<BR>~<BR>~<BR>".bash_profile" 16L, 299C   ; & nbsp; 1,1 &nbs p; All</P> <P>thanks,</P> <P>Peter<BR></P></div></html> ------- End of Original Message
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