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Re: [leafnode-list] Compiling leafnode2: problem with prefix and
"D.J. Bolderman" <list-leafnode@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> I'm trying to compile leafnode 2.0.0.alpha20030706b on my debian
> server, but for some reason, the --sysconfdir option is not read.
> Here's what I do:
> /configure --sysconfdir=/etc/news --prefix=/usr
> This displays the following configuration summary:
> === configuration summary: (NONE is ok here and means the default) ===
> prefix: /usr
> sysconfdir: /etc/news
> note that "leafnode" is automatically appended to
That's the first.
> So it seems that the config is installed in /etc/news/leafnode.
> After running make and make install, I want to run texpire -r, but
> this gives me:
> cannot open /etc/leafnode/config: No such file or directory
Are you sure that you're running the right texpire executable? According
to your configuration summary, texpire should be /usr/sbin/texpire.
If that's not it, compare the configuration summary against the
output of the "leafnode-version" command.
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