Rodrigo, > root > XXXXXXXXXXXX > XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX > ---------- > Dear Steve, > I have recompiled libxml2 and ldmd .. and I have > reinstalled in the ldm tree.. > Everything seems to be working now, .. > It seems to be related to the 64bits platform.. some libraries, > when they are compiled, are installed on "ldm/lib" directory, > and some in "ldm/lib64".. may be, in compile time ldm links > againts system xml2 library rather than "ldm/lib64". > (would be better add "--libdir=" in configuration scripts, I think so) > > Anyway, may I ask a favor ? > just login to the computer and do a check ? > I would be extremely thankfull if you do some general > check.. It is my first installation from the source code .. Your installation is non-standard: there's another "ldm" subdirectory, no package-specific subdirectory, and a "lib64" as well as a "lib" installation directory. I suspect that this non-standard structure might have caused the problem. Do you need a non-standard installation structure? It might cause problems. It certainly makes diagnosing problems more difficult. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: JFI-321099 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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