>From: Nancy Selover <address@hidden> >Organization: ASU >Keywords: 200507190034.j6J0Ywjo000855 LDM install Hi Nancy, >I have installed LDM 6.3.0 on a new server with Linux Fedora >Core 3, and I can't get it to run. We have all the symbolic links set, >including the last one where runtime links to ldm-6.3.0, but it does not >recognize the "ldmadmin" command. The bin is linked to runtime/bin, but >I can't cd to the bin directory. This says that there is something wrong with your links. The way I would check this is as follows: log on as 'ldm' cd ~ldm ls -alt runtime This should look something like: lrwxrwxr-x 1 ldm ustaff 9 Feb 1 22:25 runtime -> ldm-6.3.0 Next, try to CD to the 6.3 bin directory through the runtime link: cd runtime/bin Does this work (i.e., do you see the LDM 6.3.0 executables)? If yes, then I suspect that there is an error in your other runtime links. They should look like: runtime -> ldm-6.3.0 lib -> runtime/lib include -> runtime/include src -> runtime/src man -> runtime/man bin -> runtime/bin Also, what is your PATH setting for 'ldm'? Perhaps you did not modify PATH in your shell-specific configuration file (e.g., .bash_profile for bash, .cshrc for the C shell, etc.) to include the ~ldm/bin directory? If you still can not find an incorrect link, please send us the output of the following: cd ~ldm ls -alt >Where is the "ldmadmin.conf" file supposed to be? The ldmadmin configuration file is ~ldm/etc/ldmadmin-pl.conf. >I have a "ldmadmin-pl.conf" file, in the /etc directory, Very good. This is the file to use to configure things like the LDM queue size, etc. >but no "ldmadmin.conf" file which defines the size of the >queue and the hostname, and so on. Use ~ldm/etc/ldmadmin-pl.conf. >The set-up looks similar to the old set-up in mothra, but is not the >same and the links don't seem to work the same way. The links have not changed for a very long time. The configuration in newer versions of the LDM have, however. >Is there something >special about Linux - or are we using the wrong shells ?? No to both. We run the LDM on many Fedora Core 3 machines under three different shells: bash, csh, and tcsh. The runtime link setup is not a function of shell used. >Thanks, No worries. Cheers, Tom Yoksas -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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