>From: Unidata Mcidas Account <address@hidden> >Organization: University of Puerto Rico >Keywords: 200106202036.f5KKab115440 McIDAS LDM pqact Luis, I was uncertain from this email if you are requesting further help in getting your LDM and McIDAS installations working. If you are, it would be helpful if we could get both the 'ldm' and 'mcidas' logins to the machine you are doing your installs on. If you are willing to do this, please send the password information _in a separate email_ to my private email address, address@hidden, and the machine name in an email back to support. Tom > I was about to give up and email you. I have read archived emails from >the previous administrator here in which you seemed to have helped him a >lot. > I'm still having problems with LDM. I've read through the LDM workshop >material and every other useful thing I could find on the Unidata webpage. >I'm pretty sure my problem is with the pqact.conf file. I'm pretty sure >I'm receiving the data. I know how the pqact.conf file works, I more or >less know the feeds I'm interested in, I've worked with regular >expressions, but I'm stuck. I just don't know how to set it up. I could >construct the regular expressions if I knew what to search for, what it >is, which converter to use and where to put it after it's decoded. All >the things I've read explain pretty well how everything works, but not how >to do those things. > That's just LDM, I don't know how easy/difficult it's to make McIDAS >display all these decoded images/text. > Once again I'm not sure I'm making much sense. Or if I missed >something and my problem is easy or has been already addressed somewhere >in the tutorials or workshop material. > Thank you for checking up. > >Luis Munoz >System Administrator >Caribbean Climate Center @ UPRM
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