John, You just needed to execute the configure(1)-script without the option "--enable-logging". That option is used to set the logging "facility" that will be used by the LDM. For example ./configure --enable-logging=local3 would cause the installed LDM to use the "local3" logging facility. By default, the LDM uses the "local0" facility, which, on your system, isn't used by anything else -- so the default is fine. I execute the configure(1)-script like this ./configure --disable-root-actions localstatedir=/var/ldm CC=gcc >&configure.log You'll still need to execute the command make root-actions in the top-level LDM source-directory as root in order to finish the installation. Good luck. Contact me if you have any further questions. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: QXU-279390 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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