Gerry, The autoconf(1) macro AC_CHECK_FILE is used to check for the system logging daemon's configuration-file. The macro expands into "test -r ...". If you replace those strings with "test -e ..." in the configure(1) script, then it might work. > I'll look at it, probably early next week. > > Thanks, Steve. I'll send you results when I get 'em. NOT looking for the > daemon should be on the list, and I think I can hack that part of it, > > And, actually, no, after more legwork, I discovered we use rsyslogd. But > the permissions on its conf file are 600, so I can't read it without root > permissions. > > Is there a config option in there I've missed (I'm seriously multitasking) > to NOT use syslog logging, but rather the stand-alone? If so, I'll hack > that area. If not, one might appear. > > gerry Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: JSH-709228 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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