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[LDM #PVY-821721]: Problem with ldmd.conf after upgrading to 6.13.11



Chris,

Is there any chance I could log onto the system in question as the LDM user?

> > Was there anything after the "start():" message? Something that would
> > indicate what the problem was?
> >
> 
> No. - blank.
> 
> > You should probably go back to the previous version of the LDM that you
> > were using by deleting the symbolic link "runtime" in the LDM user's home
> > directory and re-creating it to reference the directory of the previous
> > version.
> 
> Um, well, that isn't working now either.  I get the same message.
> 
> I feel like I did something bad when I first tried to update.  I fetched
> the tar.gz file and extracted it from the home LDM directory.  I got
> confused because the website said to run ./configure from the /src
> directory, but I didn't see a /src directory (I didn't use the pax -r
> '-s:/:/src/:' command).  And so all of the files were in the 6.13.11 root
> directory instead of the normal /bin, /src, /include, etc...  So I ran
> configure and install from that directory.  I realized my mistake when the
> runtime link wasn't finding /src, /bin, and all of the other good stuff.
> 
> I tried to revert back to the old version after this point and was not able
> to.
> 
> Removed the update and tried to start over, doing everything right.  It
> installed without a problem and everything "looks" fine now, but it is
> choking on this ldmd.conf thing.

Regards,
Steve Emmerson

Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: PVY-821721
Department: Support LDM
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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