>From: <address@hidden> >Organization: St. Cloud State >Keywords: 200201152114.g0FLEWx19679 McIDAS-X 7.804 Alan, >The mcidas 7.8 build went fine, no problems using gcc and f2c. Good, there should have been no problems. >Testing also showed no problems. > >I did have a problem when I started mcidas and then tried to >start MCGUI. > >MCGUI >Error in startup script: couldn't read file "/home/mcidas/mcidas7.8/tcl/lib/tk > 8.0/xmfbox.tcl": no such file or directory > while executing >"source $McINST_ROOT/tcl/lib/tk$tk_version/xmfbox.tcl" > (file "/home/mcidas/mcidas7.8/src/mcgui.k" line 121) > >When I looked in the /home/mcidas/mcidas7.8/tcl directory, I >could not find a lib sub dir., so it looks like something >in the build did not complete as expected. I did not see any >error messages. This is telling us that the Unix environment variable MCGUI is not set correctly, or the Tcl/Tk stuff is not installed. I recommend checking the MCGUI environment variable: echo $MCGUI first. If this is set to ~mcidas, then I would try reinstalling McIDAS: <login as 'mcidas'> cd mcidas7.8/src make install.all . >For our build, I used copies of gcc ver. 2.95 from one of our >other machines. The install of this using Sun's pkgadd command >seemed routine, with no errors listed. >For f2c, f2c.h and libf2c.a, I again used copies that were on >one of our other machines when we built MCIDAS 7.7. The problem should have no relation to the versio of gcc being used to build the code. >I will be gone for a couple of days, so no hurry, won't see your >reply until probably Monday. OK. If you gave me the login to the machine in question I could take a quick look around. >I am going to try out this retirement thing. Congradulations! I hope it suits you!!! Tom >From address@hidden Mon Jan 21 10:33:36 2002 >Subject: RE: 20020116: Unidata McIDAS-X 7.804 at St. Cloud State (cont.) Tom After running make install.all again, MCGUI seems to work fine. I assume some parts of the install did not run correctly the first time. Thanks Alan
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