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Re: 20050922:ldm


> To: address@hidden
> From: Michael McEniry <address@hidden>
> Subject: ldm
> Organization: University of Alabama at Huntsville/Information Technology & 
> Systems Center
> Keywords: 200509221815.j8MIFnYJ003221

The above message contained the following:

> The various LDM web pages indicate that the latest release of LDM 
> is 6.4.1. GForge claims to be unavailable, but provides an 
> alternative link to downloading LDM 
> <http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/downloads/ldm/index.jsp>, which also 
> claims that 6.4.1 is the current stable release, but the link it 
> points to <ftp://ftp/pub/ldm/ldm.tar.Z> is both broken (I assume 
> ftp.unidata.ucar.edu) and imprecise (no version info). Further 
> <ftp://ftp.unidata.ucar.edu/pub/ldm/ldm.tar.Z> appears to be a 
> symlink to ldm-6.3.0.tar.Z, while the listing of that directory 
> shows ldm-
> Which LDM should I download for a new installation? Does it 
> matter that I intend to install this on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 
> 4 on a x86_64 (em64t) computer?

Sorry for the confusion.  The links should be fixed, now.

The latest, stable version is 6.4.1.  Version is a beta-test
release-candidate (any version with a fourth component is a beta-test

Steve Emmerson

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