Hi Chris, If you've issued the command 'source Gemenviron' inside the NAWIPS directory, and nothing has appeared on your screen, then everything should be ok. Use the command 'env' to check if the environmental variables are all there (you should see many lines referring to gempak directories now). If not, check if you're really using csh. You should add 'source ~/NAWIPS/Gemenviron' to your .login or .cshrc later. This is the right group for gempak issues, feel free to ask! ___________________________ Guilherme O. Chagas goc@xxxxxxx ---------- Original Message ----------- From: Chris Lander <clander@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: gembud@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Sun, 01 Jan 2006 13:47:41 -0330 Subject: Setting up Gempak
I am new to GEMPAK and Linux in general, so please bear with me. I am trying to install GEMPAK5.9.1 on Ubuntu Linux. I have been following the installation instructions on the Unidata website and so far I have: created NAWIPS symbolic link typed $NAWIPS: source Gemenviron -not sure if it did anything as nothing happened typed $NAWIPS/ldm/etc/gen_pqact.csh -got following output: "set GEMTBL environmental variable before running script" How do I set the GEMTBL/GEMPAK environmental variables and what do I set them too? If this is not the right user group please direct me to a better one.
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