>From: address@hidden >Organization: UVa >Keywords: 200010111541.e9BFfL419853 McIDAS-X 7.70 configure ADDE Jennie, >Okay, it built, now I guess I need to re-install the >ADDE server by uninstalling the last version, and >installing the new version, right? Right. Your inetd.conf entries are almost 100% correct already: mcserv stream tcp nowait mcadde /home/mcidas/bin/mcservsh mcservsh -H /home/mcadde mccompress stream tcp nowait mcadde /home/mcidas/bin/mcservsh mcservsh -H /home/mcadde But, it would be wise to modify the server invocation clause to be in /home/mcadde instead of /home/mcidas: mcserv stream tcp nowait mcadde /home/mcadde/bin/mcservsh mcservsh -H /home/mcadde mccompress stream tcp nowait mcadde /home/mcadde/bin/mcservsh mcservsh -H /home/mcadde You need to do this as 'root' and then send a HUP to the inetd process. kill -HUP pid_of_inetd >And then I want to go to configuring the mcidas >(in this case, the mcadde) account, right? Yes, you want to configure the 'mcadde' account to be able to access the datasets you are interested in. >I was trying to look at the parallel structure of >the files LSSERVE.BAT and LOCDATA.BAT for users >McIDAS, but they are not there, LSSERVE.BAT and LOCDATA.BAT are local copies, created by site representatives (you) from the distribution copies DSSERVE.BAT and DATALOC.BAT. >you are on as >user McIDAS, have you started to clear things up, >or had we not set things up right in the first place? I just wanted to look in to see if the build went OK. It apparently had, so I was doing other things. Do you want me to setup your ADDE dataset access? If so, you need to detail all of the TOPSEx datasets that you want to access. We can get that going quickly. The access to the realtime datasets will take a little longer as I want to change DSSERVE.BAT from use of the pre-7.7 way of running DSSERVE to the 7.7 way. This would not be a "hardship" for me since I was going to do this today for my distribution anyway. This way, I can use your system as a guinea (sp?) pig. Are you game? Tom
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