Dave, > Compilation failed on xxx.xxx.edu<http://xxx.xxx.edu> (Mac OS X v10.8). > Iâve attached config.log, configure.log, and make.log files. Congratulations! You've won the weirdest error award! Seriously, I've never seen this one before: > Making install in basics > ../../regutil/substPaths <configuring.html.in >configuring.html.tmp > sed: RE error: illegal byte sequence I suspect the sed(1) utility you're using doesn't conform to the standard. From the file "config.log", I notice your PATH environment variable is a little odd: > PATH: ./ > PATH: /opt/local/bin > PATH: /opt/local/sbin > PATH: /usr/local/bin > PATH: /usr/bin > PATH: /bin > PATH: /usr/local/sbin > PATH: /usr/sbin > PATH: /sbin > PATH: /usr/X11R6/bin > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/ldm/decoders > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/ldm/util > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/ldm/bin > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/ldm/scripts > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/scripts_isl > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/wxp/bin > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/wxp/scripts > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/scripts_m100 > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/bin > PATH: /usr/local/unidata/ldm/ramadda/ramaddaserver > PATH: /Applications/IDV > PATH: /Users/wrf/WRF/scripts > PATH: /Users/wrf/WRF/scripts/precip > PATH: /Users/wrf/WRF/scripts/stat_analysis In particular, the directory with the standard-conforming utilities, /usr/X11R6/bin, is after directories whose utilities might not conform to the standard. If you would, please move /usr/X11R6/bin to the head of PATH and try again (after a "make distclean", of course -- better yet, remove the entire directory hierarchy and unpack from scratch). Also, having "./" near the head of PATH can cause problems. I recommend leaving it out of PATH altogether -- or at least moving it to end. Please let me know what you find. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: EJF-472056 Department: Support LDM Priority: Normal Status: Closed =================== 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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