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[LDM #QXU-279390]: ldm compile error



John,

The computer's here are 128.117.140.* or 128.117.156.*.

If it helps, here's my ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file:

~/Projects/ldm/ldm/src$ cat ~/.ssh/authorized_keys 
from="128.117.140.*,128.117.156.*" ssh-rsa 
AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAADAQABAAABAQC8HWHITN/3twCVxtaDEEOV23kg4wjjudexiwyNFSBG+SkpfZd8uu9R+FMixLypeH+o0FwgZCMK3l8Wgr7k1yYwOxvCuA8K4P7XTvMlxK3LJLBxM1R/s1AcysN0SZMgP6ZX3riZu98ebMfYedaj/I53rIMMIT/AbIN72Bxh96WB2Xeg1uhctpvnd528b/0I4WbNtzyJPiNO53KlhD4L55XcIYfxt+H+Z+8EFgPPTd6nOli7M5F0507hKEU/0ra2HR7eANtxl4qXmheeNtbpmQ4nxCew6ArvgGzK7NqU83qpPxEAAjnYo+bfuAoaBTEw6YE1SCQcHUqNWv+b2ZginQ8Z
 address@hidden

> Thanks Steve!
> 
> Sorry, I was in the field yesterday and this morning.  I do have an LDM user.
> 
> What IP address range should I open in IPTables?  Thanks,
> 
> John Geesling


Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: QXU-279390
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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