[quagga-dev 14679] Re: Config and Log files
MD I. Islam
mislam4 at kent.edu
Tue Feb 9 03:20:38 GMT 2016
Is there a way I can run the application without installing (*make install*)?
I like to work on the source code, so like to run the *ospfd* directly
after *make*. So, I'm wondering if I can skip the *make install step.*
On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 8:33 PM, Alexander Turner <quagga at alexturner.co>
> Hi Tamim,
> Have a read through the installation part of the docs here
> <http://www.nongnu.org/quagga/docs/quagga.html#Installation>. You can
> flag --disable-bgpd ,etc in the configure script which will allow you to
> only install the bins you want.
> You'll need an upstart script or similar - not sure one is distributed
> with the source may need to build one or find one floating around somewhere.
> http://www.nongnu.org/quagga/docs/quagga.html#Sample-Config-File should
> help you with logging.
> On Tue, Feb 9, 2016 at 9:56 AM, MD I. Islam <mislam4 at kent.edu> wrote:
>> I only need zebra and ospfd. Do I need need to run them separately? Is
>> there a way I can run quagga from one place and configure which daemon to
>> zlog_err() and zlog_info() isn't writing anything to console. Do I need
>> to configure them to write to the console?
>> Many thanks
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