To upgrade you can either build from source or install the appropriate
pre-built RPM, but the libraries required must be installed beforehand. This
can be done easily with yum.
> On Jan 11, 2014, at 16:27, Nathan Parker <backyard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I have a couple quick questions about GEMPAK 6.8.
> I need to upgrade my OS X copy of GEMPAK TO 6.8 from 6.1. How do I do that?
> Just Un-Tar the file and re-make all and make install?
> Also, I need to install GEMPAK in a CentOS VM (either version 5 or 6 x64
> depending on which version I can get going). Should I use the RPM or build
> from source? If I use the RPM, do I need to install all the prerequisites
> first or does the system automatically do that?
> Nathan Parker
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