> > > > By default the IDV writes to: > > <user home>/.unidata/idv/DefaultIdv > > The process must not have write access to its own home directory. You can > > tell the IDV to use another directory with the "-userpath" argument. > > as the command shows the "-userpath" argument was used so the error seems odd. Sorry, I didn't see that. Is the directory: /idvserver/IDV/DefaultIdv getting created? Is there a jython/cachedir subdirectory being created? > > > As to the headless exception - you cannot run the idv in headless more > > (i.e., with the -Djava.awt.headless=true). The JVM needs to have some > > windowing environment to use. > > > > OK (I thought that on a headless system you added this argument to tell the > IDV that the system was headless). > That just tells the JVM that it is headless. You cannot run the IDV in a headless environment. -Jeff Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: NCG-485587 Department: Support IDV Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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