The gen_pqact.csh script creates decoder entries relative to $LDMHOME/decoders, so copy the dc* decoders there. The GEMPAK web pages include information about configuring the distribution for real-time data with the LDM. Steve On Tue, 2 Aug 2005, Steve Emmerson wrote: > Chirag", > > >Date: Sat, 30 Jul 2005 13:41:29 -0500 > >From: "Shukla, Chirag" <address@hidden> > >Organization: South Dakota State University > >To: <address@hidden> > >Subject: LDM Workshop > > The above message contained the following: > > > Hello Steve, > > =20 > > LDM workshop was great. Thanks for the wonderful training you gave us. = > > You're welcome. > > > Can we add to the documentation that gempak decoders can be used if = > > Gempak is installed and if $GEMEXE directory of user gempak is = > > accessible by user ldm? > > =20 > > If it is already included, sorry, I might have missed it. > > That's not in the LDM documentation. I think the place to document > package-specific decoders is in the package itself, so the information > you mentioned should be in the GEMPAK documentation. Is it? > > > Thanks and have a great time. > > Thank you. > > > =20 > > Chirag Shukla > > South Dakota State University > > Regards, > Steve Emmerson >
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