>From: alan anderson <address@hidden> >Organization: St. Cloud State >Keywords: 199910082015.OAA10268 McIDAS-X 7.60 ADDE SFCPLOT RAOBPLOT Alan, >Things seem to have settled down here and are working again. Excellent. >One or two more items. > >1. Checking a little more on the mailing of our stats to unidata, > shows mail messages returned with the comment: > > following address had fatal errors address@hidden > > 550 address@hidden Host unknown (Nameserver: mailhost. > stcloudstate.edu: host not found) > > Do I need more info on how to identify the address > address@hidden in my hosts file or do I need to provide > my campus mail admin. with some info? I would talk to you campus mail admin. Unfortunately, we will all be involved in a retreat today, so Mike Schmidt will not be around to help you troubleshoot this one. >2. We are looking at text products with WXTLIST, and also with > MCGUI using the Display icon at top, which puts up, say metars > on a GUI TEXT LISTER window. > > Using WXTLIST I can print ok using TFILE. Is this the only option > when running WXTLIST? Are you sending output directly to a printer or are you using TFILE to send output to a text file that you then send to the printer. > Using the GUI and Display, resulting in a GUI TEXT LISTER, I tried the > printer icon and got a menu that asked for title. When I selected print > I got a failure, with the message: couldn't execute enscript - 1R. > I could print if I save to a file and then print the file with a shell > command. What about printing right from the GUI ? The printing in my GUI relies on enscript being available. Using lpr directly will not format text appropriately for a PostScript(tm) printer. I will have to check with Mike Schmidt on why you don't have enscript available to you. >Thanks Sorry I have to dash, but I am late on getting going to our retreat. Tom
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