Re: [gembud] not found

Hey Kevin..

Try creating a symbolic link from so.1 to the so.3 file.
Also - although it works gdplot2 is now defunct - be sure you use gdplot3.


From: "Kevin Lux" Date: 12/31/2008 04:57AM
Subject: [gembud] not found

I installed the gempak 5.11 binary on my 64-bit system running kubuntu.  I 
added the gfortran-4.3 package, too.  When I try to run something like gdcntr 
or gdplot2, I get a message saying that the file doesn't 
exist.  The message is right because I only have where the 
.so.1 version should be.  How do I get around this?  Can I just rename the file?


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