question about lgform.cgi

Hopper, Faron W. faron.hopper at
Fri Dec 17 19:51:44 UTC 2004

    That change, setting the LG_ROUTERDB var, gives me the same result, a blank field for routers.  When I change LG_ROUTERDB to point to a particular group directory, that still works....

Any other ideas? 

Is there a way to view the script's debugging output to help me pinpoint what it is looking for?

Faron Hopper
Network Engineering
Kansas City, MO 64116

-----Original Message-----
From: john heasley [mailto:heas at]
Sent: Friday, December 17, 2004 11:39 AM
To: Hopper, Faron W.
Cc: john heasley; rancid-discuss at
Subject: Re: question about lgform.cgi

Fri, Dec 17, 2004 at 12:37:52PM -0500, Hopper, Faron  W.:
> John,
>     Thanks for the patch.  I have applied it and it said that the
> patch was successful.  When I access lgform.cgi, It still doesn't give
> me any of routers out of the group subdir's.
> I did notice an error message (in /var/log/http-error.log) that
> states,
>     Undefined subroutine &main::strftime called at
> /usr/local/www/cgi-bin/lgform.cgi line 67.
> It was occuring before the patch, so I don't think that has anything
> to do with it, though.
> In your email you mentioned an assumption of --prefix=/usr/local. All
> I did was download the Software and extract it.  I didn't have to do a
> ../configure, make, etc--just move it to /usr/local
> Just to make sure, I have set LG_ROUTERDB to
>     $LG_ROUTERDB="/usr/local/var/rancid//router.db";
> Is this the correct way to do this after the patch?

make it

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