Hello Nathan, > Good morning! > > What distros of Linux is the LDM able to be used on? The LDM package is built from source-code on the installation computer. So far, I haven't encountered a Linux distribution on which the package can't be built. So the answer to your question is "all of them". Be advised, however, that the LDM system uses the system logging daemon (rsyslogd(8)) to log to a file that is *not*, by default, in the /var/log file-hierarchy. Such behavior is, by default, prohibited by an enabled SELINUX. So if you need SELINUX, then you'll either have to move the LDM logging directory or figure-out how to tell SELINUX to allow LDM logging. > MSgt Nathan Taylor > Supt, Meteorology Lab > United States Air Force Academy > DSN (312) 333-8736 > Com (719) 333-8736 Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: FVK-736341 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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