>From: weather <address@hidden> >Organization: NMSU/NSBF >Keywords: 200009231141.e8NBfgb15537 McIDAS-X Sun SC5.0 MDX csetkn.for Robert, >That's the problem,,it got compiled with -O instead of -g. The csetkn.for exception section was missing from mccomp.sh when I logged on. I changed mccomp.sh; remade mccomp; deleted csetkn.o; and then remade mdx.k. csetkn.o got correctly built with '-g'. Now, all the MDX macros should run with no segmentation violation. I ran MDX by itself with no errors, so I feel pretty confident about the fix: cd ~/workdata mdx.k T MAP=NA MDF=7 ---PLOTTING DONE SCC also works: scc.k T USA FILE: 132 GRID: 1 --BEGIN CONTOURS --END CONTOURS >Yes I read about the Gnome thing. To me Gnome looks cheap >and cheesy, I like CDE much better. I kinda like Gnome. Hopefully, it will take less memory than CDE. Plus, with a number of front line Unix vendors jumping on the bandwagon, it is likely to get a lot better (trying to be optimistic here :-). Later... Tom
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