On Fri, 2006-01-13 at 12:09 -0500, John Evans wrote:
> On Friday 13 January 2006 10:23 am, Ed Hartnett wrote:
> > You certainly will need netcdf.inc if you want to use the Fortran API.
> > I am not familiar with the debian distribution package. You could get
> > the latest netCDF from the web site, and it will (most probably) build
> > for you without problems.
> > I would wonder if the netcdf.inc file is missing, is something else
> > missing?
> Here's a long-winded solution that ends up giving you a debian
> distribution package for netcdf with fortran support. Worked
> on my kubuntu laptop last night, anyway.
Since you've cited an RPM, I'd like to point out the netcdf package
thats included in Fedora Extras:
for Fedora Core 3 and 4. It has the following features:
+ trivial install: "yum install netcdf netcdf-devel"
+ includes libraries compatible with both g77 (gcc 3.x which
can be installed on Fedora Core 4 with "compat-gcc-32-g77")
and the newer gfortran (part of gcc 4.x)
+ Fedora Extras currently ships with many helpful related
and/or dependent packages including:
NCO, ncview, cdo, udunits, grads, hdf, hdf5, etc.
+ the above packages are actively maintained, so if you have
any problems please submit them to the Fedora (Red Hat)
Also, if you have any suggestions for improving Fedora support for
netcdf or any related software, please send an email.
Edward H. Hill III, PhD
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