|Re: opxml installation [message #569012 is a reply to message #568998]
||Thu, 03 June 2010 15:26
| Roland Grunberg
Registered: December 2009
Robert Simpson wrote on Thu, 03 June 2010 00:22|
> It works fine from the command line (except I had to 'sudo' the opcontrol commands).
> I think I did a make install but can you tell me the directory? If I missed it out can I just go back and do a make install or do I need to recompile everything?
There should be an oprofile directory created in /usr/local/share by default after running make install. You could try looking on your system if by any chance it may be somewhere else, but if you did just a basic ./configure, without adding any flags like --prefix, or --datadir then there's no reason for it to be anywhere else. In fact, I think that even if you did, oprofile should use the values you specified when searching.
Also, after starting opcontrol, executing your binary, then stopping it, does running 'opxml sessions' show a session named "current" under some event name in the xml. If so, then does running opxml model-data [event_name] [session_name] output xml data on that session?
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