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Old 10-24-2009, 03:41 AM   #16
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iwatch


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You could have just continue the other thread. What ever.
The error your receive is another missing include file. Namely "XML/SAX/Exception.pm". Try to locate this file and if its not there install it via cpan.

I installed all related module for iwatch using cpan. Now i extract that iwatch tarball . after that go to iwatch folder . it contains lot of files i run ./iwatch script file i am getting same error. so please advise me how to install that iwatch tools. i am trying for the past three days.

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Old 10-26-2009, 04:01 AM   #17
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I installed all related module for iwatch using cpan.
I doubt that cause if you would have installed all needed modules you would not get a missing include file error.
Also please post the exact error message you have. Till now we had two different error message all refering to another include file.

Try to locate the file between
Code:
Can't locate
and
Code:
 in @INC
Example for the last error message
Code:
locate XML/SAX/Exception.pm
Try this and also post the exact error message you get so we can help you best.

Cheers Zhjim
 
Old 10-27-2009, 12:25 AM   #18
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Originally Posted by zhjim View Post
I doubt that cause if you would have installed all needed modules you would not get a missing include file error.
Also please post the exact error message you have. Till now we had two different error message all refering to another include file.

Try to locate the file between
Code:
Can't locate
and
Code:
 in @INC
Example for the last error message
Code:
locate XML/SAX/Exception.pm
Try this and also post the exact error message you get so we can help you best.

Cheers Zhjim
THanks for reply

Now i am not getting any error. but when i run iwatch script . it should blank no reply.
like this.
[root@mail4 iwatch-0.2.1]# cd /root/iwatch/iwatch-0.2.1
[root@mail4 iwatch-0.2.1]# ls
AUTHORS COPYING iwatch.dtd iwatch.xml.example
ChangeLog iwatch iwatch.xml README
[root@mail4 iwatch-0.2.1]# ./iwatch


I dont know what to do next. please help me.

Thanks

Last edited by saran_redhat; 10-27-2009 at 02:23 AM.
 
Old 10-27-2009, 05:29 AM   #19
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I read up on iwatch a bit. It normally uses the /etc/iwatch.xml file to see which directories to watch after. See if this file exists

If you just call iwatch.pl without any arguments it does not do nothing cause it wants the directory to watch after to be the first argument.
Try something like this
Code:
iwatch.pl /tmp
Then in another console
Code:
touch /tmp/iwatchtest
iwatch should print a message in the first window and/or send an email.

Please try the above and tell us what happens
 
  


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