Mohan, re: >Inexplicably, the following support question was directed to Don >Middleton. Can one of you follow up with Even Ruzanski? We received the same inquiry by Evan Ruzanski at 22:45:35 on April 10. Since Evan's email to Don Middleton was sent on April 9, it is most likely that he realized/learned that he can/should send inquiries directly to Unidata User Support, and by doing so got the information he needed. Steve responded to Evan's inquiry at 8:55 am on April 11 informing him of: - the URL for the LDM homepage and commentary where to find installation instructions for the latest LDM release - information on the LDM training workshop that will be held this summer - and invited Evan to email us with questions as they come up Since we have received no follow-up questions from Evan, I would conclude that he is working his way through the LDM documentation and/or doing an installation. I will send him a follow-up to make sure that he received Steve's reply... Tom >>Cc: Middleton Don <address@hidden>, Mohan Ramamurthy <address@hidden> >>From: Don Middleton <address@hidden> >>Subject: Re: LDM server at CSU? >>Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 23:28:22 -0600 >>To: Evan Ruzanski <address@hidden> >> >>Hi Evan - I'm cc'ing Mohan Ramamurthy of Unidata who can advise on a >>Unidata contact for the LDM. I'm sure you'll be able to get one going >>in a pretty straightforward manner; that's certainly been our >>experience. >> >>don >> >>On Apr 9, 2007, at 5:25 PM, Evan Ruzanski wrote: >> >>>Hi Don- >>> >>>My name is Evan and I am a Ph.D. student working at CSU under the >>>direction of Dr. Chandra. >>> >>>We are interested in setting up an LDM server at CSU. Dr. Chandra >>>informed me he has done this before and that I should contact you >>>for specific details. >>> >>>Could you tell me what is needed and what needs to be done to set >>>up an LDM server at CSU to distribute real-time NEXRAD Level 2 data? >>> >>>Thank you, >>>Evan > > -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publicly available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us.
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