>From: address@hidden >Organization: UVa >Keywords: 200010111541.e9BFfL419853 McIDAS-X 7.70 configure ADDE Jennie, >So you are suggesting that all I need to do is edit (as root) >the inetd.conf entries, rather than install, eg: > >sh ./mcinetversion#.sh uninstall mcadde >and >sh ./mcinet7.7.sh install mcadde ?? Yes, that is exactly what I am saying. All the script does is add the entries to /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/services. You already have entries that are almost 100% correct, so why not simply edit the file and then send a HUP to the inetd process. >I didn't run this shellscript, was it done as part of the >make install?? I believe that I did the remote ADDE setup for you during one of our long winded phone conversations a couple of years ago. re: LSSERVE.BAT and LOCDATA.BAT are local copies created by site representatives >Right, I don't see how could they be non-existant, its not like the >copies of DSSERVE.BAT and DATALOC.BAT are locally modified. I'm >puzzled. Non-existent where? In /home/mcidas/data? They wouldn't exist in /home/mcadde/data since you would have had to create them there by copying DSSERVE.BAT and DATALOC.BAT: cd /home/mcadde/data cp DSSERVE.BAT LSSERVE.BAT cp DATALOC.BAT LOCDATA.BAT <edit, IF necessary, LSSERVE.BAT and LOCDATA.BAT> re: are you game for me doing the realtime datasets on windfall >Yes, I am game. The files that define the directories and the dataset >and file names are in my mcidas/data directory: > >windfall: /home/jlm8h/mcidas/data $ ls *TOP* >ADDTOPSEA.BAT ADDTOPSEC.BAT TOPSEC.NAM >ADDTOPSEB.BAT TOPSEA.NAM TOPSEB.NAM OK. >I had started what I thought this might look like, I was >modifying a copy of DSSERVE.BAT in my directory /home/jlm8h/DSSERVE.BAT, OK, but you now realize that for the remote server, you would have had to do this as 'mcidas' in the previous setup and as 'mcadde' in the current setup. Right!? >the part I had changed I just copied out to something I called >/home/jlm8h/ADDETOPSE.BAT. Is this the sort of thing that mcadde >would need (it looked like you had moved away from one big >DSSERVE to a bunch of ADDE-serve files (eg., CIMS, RTIME, etc.) Right. >Anyway, I will happily sit back and be guinea pig. OK. Since I don't have root login, you will have to do the /etc/inetd.conf changes and send the HUP to the inetd process. Please don't forget, as this will allow me to test the dataset setup from here. Tom
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