Jeff, > Installing LDM on CentOS 6.3 with either rsyslog or syslog-ng daemon > reports the following error > > checking system logging daemon PID file... /var/run/syslogd.pid > checking networking references... > checking for system logging daemon... semget: No such file or directory > semop: Invalid argument > semget: No such file or directory > semop: Invalid argument > configure: error: system logging daemon not running "semget"? That's an unexpected error. Look in the file "config.log" in the top-level source directory. Search for the string "checking for system logging daemon". Is there anything there that would indicate the problem. > I verified rsyslog is running > address@hidden ldm]# /sbin/service rsyslog status > rsyslogd (pid 14844) is running... What's the output of the command "ps -e | grep syslog"? > -- > -Jeff Lake > MichiganWxSystem.com > AllisonHouse.com > TheWeatherCenter.net > GRLevelXStuff.com Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DRW-916040 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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