Re: [gembud] error while exiting NAWIPS applications; NMAP2 will not start

I have had better success compiling the source.

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Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 3:56 PM
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Subject: Re: [gembud] error while exiting NAWIPS applications;  NMAP2 will  not 
start

By the way, I installed from the pre-compiled binaries. Initially, the NAWIPS 
applications would not start due to a missing library file (libXm.so.2), but I 
was able to obtain the RPM containing it.

Joe Barrett

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Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 3:05 PM
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Subject: [gembud] error while exiting NAWIPS applications;NMAP2 will not start

I just recently installed the latest version of GEMPAK onto a 64-bit RedHat 
Enterprise Linux 5 Workstation machine. Whenever I try to exit an NAWIPS 
application, such as GARP or NSHARP, from the menu system the application locks 
up. My mouse buttons then no longer work. I then have to exit to single user 
mode and kill the GEMPAK processes. When the application locks up, I sometimes 
get the following message in my terminal window: =93Warning: Traveral.c: _XmMgr 
Traversal (3026) - I just traversed into a different shell!!! If I exit an 
NAWIPS application by clicking on the =93X=94 in the upper-right part of the 
window, the application exits correctly. Has anyone ran into this problem?

I also have had trouble starting NMAP2. From the NTL menu, the NMAP2 
application never starts. When I try to run nmap2 from a command prompt, I get 
a segmentation fault.

Joe Barrett
ENSCO, Applied Meteorology Unit