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IC5.0 cannot open log file, how to fix it ?

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ic50 problem

when I start ic50, a warning is always found in the console window "could not open directory for log file: /home/cad/.cdslog", I login as the user "cad". where is the problem?
 

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Re: ic50 problem

Does nobody have the same problem?
 

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Re: ic50 problem

I am not using that soft, but I will try to give you some general unix advices:

Are you shure that you have directory /home/cad/ ? Check it.

Next, set correct permissions for that directory (under root):

cd /home; chmod 711 cad

Next check if there is such file:

cd /home/cad/ ; ls -al .cdslog

If you will see:

-rwxr--r-- 1 cad users 0 Feb 27 11:58 .cdslog

then all Ok, but if you will see owner "root" - you will need to change file owner, or delete this file under root.

Next you can try to create this log file by yourself (under user cad):

cd /home/cad/ ; touch .cdslog
 

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Re: ic50 problem

klug said:
I am not using that soft, but I will try to give you some general unix advices:

Are you shure that you have directory /home/cad/ ? Check it.

Next, set correct permissions for that directory (under root):

cd /home; chmod 711 cad

Next check if there is such file:

cd /home/cad/ ; ls -al .cdslog

If you will see:

-rwxr--r-- 1 cad users 0 Feb 27 11:58 .cdslog

then all Ok, but if you will see owner "root" - you will need to change file owner, or delete this file under root.

Next you can try to create this log file by yourself (under user cad):

cd /home/cad/ ; touch .cdslog


If all this didn't work, please verify that you have the good path in your "$PATH" environment variable set in your starting script file (.cshrc in Solaris or .bashrc in Linux Mandrake 9.2 when using bash shell for exemple).
 

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