Ross, > That's what I did, and it worked fine. > > The script uses "test -r" (rather than "test -f") - so the question is > whether the ldm user actually needs to read the file - or (because I'm > sure the logging utility runs as root) it is just using that as a means > to see if the logging utility exists. If read access is really needed > by the ldm user, I suppose the part of the script that is executed as > root should change the permissions on the .conf file if needed. --- > just my suggestion Good suggestion. I'll fix the configure(1) script. > thanks > Ross Thank you! Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: XAT-864036 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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