I don't think it's been ported to Windows - and I know it's not available
from Unidata for a native Windows environment. The best thing to do is
install GEMPAK on a Linux workstation, and then use an x server like X-Win32
to connect to that workstation. Once you connect, you can launch the
applications from Windows and run them just as they would run on Linux.
You'll probably need a fast LAN connection, but I get by on a 10Mbps
connection with no problems.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Lander" <clander@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Thursday, December 15, 2005 7:00 PM
Subject: GEMPAK for Windows?
I am in the process of setting up GEMPAK. Before setting up a linux
system I would like to know if there is a version of GEMPAK that can run
in x-Windows, or if anyone has compiled GEMPAK to run in Windows.