appreciate your answer and of course I re-booted, in
fact a few times.
I tried to manually update zmd
and rug through YAST, however, on the subsequent boot it
still gave me the same message. The software updater
opens a window and tells me that "it appears that zmd is
If I try and start the software
updater through Applications - System - Configuration -
Software Updater, it also gives me the same
If I try to open a terminal and start
zmd, it gives me that same message.
I have not had time to fool with this the last few days.
As I posted earlier, I tried Bigtom's suggestion
using the su command, and it did not work. I went back
in today and logged in as the root user, then tried it
again. This time the first command yielded an OK or DONE
all the way on the right side of the screen.
second command was "chkconfig -s novell-zmd on" I did
not get an error, however, it just returned me to the
prompt on the next line. I assumed that the command was
I wasn't really sure what to do next
so I re-booted and got the same error message about ZMD
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