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[LDM #FQJ-295802]: LDM install problem on OpenSuse 11.3



Harald,

> When I tried "make install" without using the "--prefix" option, several
> directories were installed in places where I would not want them:
> (lib/, bin/, share/, include/ if I recall correctly), only etc/ was
> below LDMHOME.  So without --prefix it appears that it is impossible
> to cleanly revert to a previous version.

In the LDM user's home directory, the installation procedure should create the 
directories "etc" and "var". All other installation directories ("bin", 
"include", "lib", and "share") should be created in the directory 
"$HOME/ldm-6.9.7". This is a feature and not a bug.

> The system is located behind a firewall and cannot be easily accessed
> from outside.

Pity.

> If you look at the previous logs, you'll see that LDM was compiled with
> the flags chosen by configure, which included "-g" but also optimization.
> I have redone the configuration with CFLAGS=-g and CXXFLAGS=-g but do not
> see any significant difference.  See the attached archive for your
> information.
> 
> As long as it is possible to access the profile data we are interested
> in via HTTP I think that we will refrain from using LDM for the time
> being.  The automatic tools that are in use here are supposed to handle
> HTTP downloads reliably and efficiently.

OK.

> Thanks,
> Harald
> 
> --
> Harald Anlauf
> Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD)           | Phone:  +49 69 8062 4941
> FE12 / Datenassimilation               | Fax:    +49 69 8062 3721
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Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: FQJ-295802
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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