>From: "Wayne Bresky" <address@hidden> >Organization: Cornell >Keywords: 200107312125.f6VLPs113024 McIDAS DATALOC DSSERVE Wayne, >Have you had a chance to poke around on cloudcover to determine >the problem with the ADDE remote server setup? No, not yet. I should be in to the office in an hour or so (right now I am working off of a miserable dialup connection). I did see that your ~mcidas/.mcenv setup is incorrect, however. I am guessing that this is the cause of your problems. >For the heck of it, I >tried removing the user account and then adding it again. And then did >the following as described in the installation: > >1. ~mcidas/admin/userdata ~mcidas/mcidas7.7/data ~/mcidas/data >2. while running a Mcidas session as the user: > > REDIRECT REST LOCAL.NAM > REDIRECT MAKE > >3. BATCH "MYDATA.BAT > >4. BATCH "LOCDATA.BAT > >Again the SFCLIST is failing for the user: > >address@hidden wysocki]$ sfclist.k NY >sfclist.k: Point data server unable to resolve this dataset: >RTPTSRC/SFCHOURLY >Number of reports = 0 >sfclist.k: done > >I have no idea what to do at this point. :-( When I get into work I will correct .mcenv and then run tests as mcidas and you. I will, of course, send a detailed list of what was wrong; why it was wrong; and the appropriate corrective actions. Tom
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