Re: [gembud] Greetings

Ok...upon looking at my "install.out' file, I am finding that any program
with a GUI was not made.  So it says for NMAP2, the key is:
*g77: /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/lib/libXm.a: No such file or
*make[5]: *** [nmap2] Error 1*

Looks like somewhere along the line, SOMETHING is supposed to create an
/openmotif/ directory, but I do not have one.  That is where I will stop
tonight. Maybe a leprechaun  will leave me with the answer tomorrow. Full
error below.


-n installing in
/usr/bin/gcc-4.0 -fno-common -DUNDERSCORE -DDarwin
-I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/include/Darwin -I/usr/X11R6/include
-I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/include -O  -I/usr/X11R6/include
-I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/extlibs/AODT -c nmap.c
/usr/bin/g77 -fno-second-underscore
-I/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/include -O    -o nmap2  \
nmap.o \
/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/os/darwin/lib/libbz2.a  \
/Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/lib/libXm.a -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lXt
-lX11 -lXmu -lSM -lICE -lXp -lXext -liconv -lm
g77: /Users/ryanjewell/NAWIPS/openmotif/darwin/lib/libXm.a: No such file or
make[5]: *** [nmap2] Error 1

On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 12:59 AM, ryan jewell <rjewell@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Just figured installed openmotif...made symbolic link to it in the
> "traditional (as they call it) directory" /usr/X11R6/include/Xm.
> Now....time to compile. Hmm, it stopped. Is it supposed to go back to a
> command prompt if it works right?
> Finished make/install/clean.  To my surprise, my $GEMEXE dir is actually
> full of programs.  HOWEVER...I do not see ANY of the main one's I like to
> use!  I have no NMAP2, no NWX, no NSHARP.   Anyone have any idea what is
> going on here??
> Ryan
> On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 12:26 AM, ryan jewell <rjewell@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>> Neil,
>> I installed g77 on my mac today. It installed in /usr/local/bin.  So, I
>> added that to my $PATH variable so that if I do a "which g77" it shows up.
>>  Then I changed the CONFIG>Makeinc.darwin files at the top.  It references
>> some "/sw" directory, but I do not have it, so I commented them out and
>> added /usr/bin/g77 and /usr/bin/...
>> OPSYS = Darwin
>> #
>> # Using FINK's gcc and g77
>> #CC = /sw/bin/gcc-4
>> #FC = /sw/bin/g77
>> #Ryan Edit
>> CC = /usr/bin/gcc-4.0
>> FC = /usr/bin/g77
>> Now, the error I see over and over again is "Xm/XmAll.h", no such file or
>> directory.  I do not have a /usr/X11R6/include/Xm directory, so I'm trying
>> to find out what it is and install it.
>> Ryan
>> On Sun, Aug 2, 2009 at 11:55 PM, Neil <neils@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Trying to do same here ... as I can get to it.
>>> Unidata had pointed out to me before that the compile has to be done
>>> using the old g77 fortran compiler, not the current GNU supported gfortran.
>>> One of the Darwin config files I noticed mentioned getting it from fink.
>>> Well, my recent experience with installing fink and then looking for g77
>>> failed to find it. So I'll have to get it from some archive somewhere. Let
>>> me know if you can find it.
>>>  -Neil
>>> On Aug 2, 2009, at 11:37 PM, ryan jewell wrote:
>>>  Hello, just signed up and test test test.
>>>> While I'm at it, I'll state that I"m pulling my hair out trying to get
>>>> GEMPAK installed right on my new mini mac.  I try compiling it, but a few
>>>> minutes into the make it stops with errors.  It's an Intel based mac so the
>>>> binary does not work.
>>>> I have a make file that I sent to unidata, waiting to see what they
>>>> think.
>>>> Ryan
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