Dear Jaromir.
thanks for ur support, I run the yum install boost-devel and run the ./fred-manager start and got the following message:

# ./fred-manager start
  Starting PostgreSQL                                        [FAILED]
  mkdir: cannot create directory `/root/root/nofred/omniNames/': No such file or directory
  Cannot open error log file: /root/root/nofred/omniNames.log

 usage: omniNames [-start [<port>]]
                 [-logdir <directory name>]
                 [-errlog <file name>]

Use -start option to start omniNames for the first time.
With no <port> argument, the standard default of 2809 is used.

Use -logdir option to specify the directory where the log/data files are kept.

Use -nohostname to suppress the inclusion of the hostname in the log files.

Use -errlog option to specify where standard error output is redirected.

Use -ignoreport option to ignore the port specification when determining
the end points to listen on, using -ORBendPoint arguments instead.

You can also set the environment variable OMNINAMES_LOGDIR to specify the
directory where the log/data files are kept.

Starting omniNames...                                      [  OK  ]
./fred-manager: line 550: /root/root/etc/init.d/fred-server: No such file or directory
Starting Apache...                                         [FAILED]
./fred-manager: line 552: /root/root/etc/init.d/fred-webadmin-server: No such file or directory

I checked  the httpd, omniNames and postgres services status and found them running.
Thank again for your support.

On Wed, Oct 22, 2008 at 9:57 AM, Jaromir Talir via RT <> wrote:

you have to install boost libraries:

yum install boost-devel

hope it will help.

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