>From: Anthony James Wimmers <address@hidden> >Organization: UVa >Keywords: 200006161438.e5GEchT14323 McIDAS-X 7.6 Linux Tony, re: simply rerunning make when a failure occurred >I tried that today. I noticed that when I booted up this morning, it gave >messages about partitions being full (none of them actually are). OK, this would explain the error when trying to compile. >I rebooted again, and there were no more errors there. Then I ran make >again, and it made it through to the end. There were a whole lot of >warnings, though. You can see that for yourself in the attachment. I looked through the attached copy of makelog and didn't see anything at the end that raised red flags. I didn't study the file, however. >Running mcidas, it generated some command-line error messages that you can >see in the attachments. It was not able to do a MAP NA. There's a record >of that in an attachment as well. The errors you included: barb: /home/mcidas/mcidas7.6/src $ mcidas WARNING: only run as the user 'mcidas' for supervisory tasks WARNING: No MCPATH environment variable. Using MCPATH=/home/mcidas/mcidas/data:/home/mcidas/mcidas/help:/home/mcidas/data:/home/mcidas/help Current directory is /home/mcidas/mcidas/data open: No such file or directory apparent state: unit 10 (unnamed) lately writing direct unformatted internal IO open: No such file or directory apparent state: unit 10 (unnamed) lately writing direct unformatted internal IO barb: /home/mcidas/mcidas7.6/src $ M c I D A S - X V e r s i o n UNKNOWN mcimage: number of graphics colors plus image colors cannot be more th> mcimage: Attempting to guess a good value open: No such file or directory apparent state: unit 10 (unnamed) lately writing direct unformatted internal IO mcimage: Using slow processing for Z-16 images SKED SKEDFILE Scheduler starting on file SKEDFILE MAP NA MAP: ERROR -- Invalid map file: OUTLSUPW can be explained by your not having defined MCDATA, MCPATH, MCGUI, PATH, MCTABLE_READ, and MCTABLE_WRITE (actually, the non-definition of MCPATH explains it all). I'll bet that when you rebooted and relogged in that you did not have MCPATH defined or that it was defined incorrectly. >I understand that you're busy with the conference and all. This probably >means that we'll have to finish the installation in Michigan. It will be >easier then too, because then barb will have an address. Check your environment variable settings and try a session again. >Thanks, Later... Tom
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