How do I set the LD_ASSUME_KERNEL environment variable for my Linux machine?
VigilEnt Security Agent for Unix 5.0
VigilEnt Security Agent for Unix 4.0
VigilEnt Security Agent for Unix 3.2
Some newer versions of Red Hat Linux may have a problem with the assumed kernel version and Java. The work-around is to set an environment variable before running the installation binary. You must also set this variable before running the Utility Console.
You may want to set this variable in the user's
.cshrc, or include it in a simple script.
- For bash shells
- For csh shells
setenv LD_ASSUME_KERNEL 2.2.5