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20050809: LDM download



Martha, 
I just pasted your ftp:// line into my browser and downloaded the 
distribution. Are you able to walk up the tree, to get a
directory listing of pub/ldm, or even pub/? Or is it that you can't find
a downloaded file on your system afterwards?


Index of ftp://ftp.unidata.ucar.edu/pub/ldm
Up to higher level directory
Directory: archaic              09/26/03        00:00:00
Directory: archic               09/12/01        00:00:00
File: ldm-6.0.14-doc.pax.Z      1603 KB         11/03/03        00:00:00
File: ldm-6.0.14.tar.Z  632 KB  07/21/03        00:00:00
File: ldm-6.0.15.tar.Z  632 KB  04/01/04        00:00:00
File: ldm-6.1.0.tar.Z   662 KB  10/11/04        00:00:00
File: ldm-6.2.0.tar.Z   905 KB  02/03/05        00:00:00
File: ldm-6.2.1.tar.Z   907 KB  02/19/05        03:08:00
File: ldm-6.3.0.tar.Z   907 KB  03/30/05        23:10:00
File: ldm-6.4.1.tar.Z   943 KB  08/03/05        04:09:00
Directory: ldm-doc.pax.Z                08/02/05        22:14:00
Directory: ldm.tar.Z            08/02/05        22:14:00
File: rpctest.tar.Z     193 KB  12/01/04        00:00:00
Directory: rtstats              01/31/02        00:00:00
Directory: scour                07/18/05        23:14:00
Directory: scripts              01/16/05        00:00:00
Directory: sdi                  12/06/02        00:00:00
Directory: test                 01/10/05        00:00:00


If you still have problems, can you see what address "ftp.unidata.ucar.edu"
resolves to:
% nslookup
Name:   ftp.unidata.ucar.edu
Address: 128.117.149.64

Steve Chiswell
Unidata User Support


>From: Martha Limber <address@hidden>
>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>Keywords: 200508091923.j79JNFjo012461

>HI,
>
>  ftp://ftp.unidata.ucar.edu/pub/ldm/ldm-6.4.1.tar.Z
>
>does not seem to be there when I tried to download it.
>
>
>Martha
>
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