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20020712: McIDAS-X 7.8 linux workstation install



>From: William C Klein <address@hidden>
>Organization: Valparaiso
>Keywords: 200207121534.g6CFYja05610 McIDAS-X 7.8 netCDF environment

Bill,

>We are trying a workstation install (Red Hat 7.2) of McIDAS and are
>getting the following error(s).
>
>##########################################
>Fri Jul 12 09:19:24 CDT 2002: BUILD BEGIN
>##########################################
>
>cd ../netcdf && make
>make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/local/mcidas/mcidas7.8/netcdf'
>make[2]: Entering directory `/usr/local/mcidas/mcidas7.8/netcdf'
>
>Making `all' in directory /usr/local/mcidas/mcidas7.8/netcdf/libsrc
>
>make[3]: Entering directory `/usr/local/mcidas/mcidas7.8/netcdf/libsrc'
>c89 -c -g -I.  @CPPFLAGS@ -DVERSION=`cat ../VERSION` libvers.c
>make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/mcidas/mcidas7.8/netcdf/libsrc'
>make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/mcidas/mcidas7.8/netcdf'
>make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/mcidas/mcidas7.8/netcdf'
>
>Suggestions?

It looks like you did not define several environment variables needed
for the netCDF portion of the McIDAS build on this machine.
Check out:

http:/www.unidata.ucar.edu/packages/mcidas/780/mcx/warnings_mcx.html

for information on environment variables you need to set.  Define
these in your shell-specific definition file (e.g., .cshrc for C shell;
.profile for Bourne/Korn shell; etc.) and then make the settings
active (easiest to log off and then log back on as 'mcidas').  Then
get rid of the stuff built up to the point of the failure as follows:

cd mcidas7.8/src
make clobber

and restart your build:

make mcx

 -- or --

make all

If you want to build using gcc and g77, then you have two choices:

1) edit ~mcidas/mcidas7.8/src/makefile and:

   change:

VENDOR=-vendor

   to:

VENDOR=-g77

-- or --

2) tell make to use gcc/g77 on the command line:

make mcx VENDOR=-g77

 -- or --

make all VENDOR=-g77


By the way, I am answering this from a computer lab at the Universidade
Federale de Para in Belem, Brazil (Lat: 1:27:00S Lon: 48:28:00W).  Ain't
the internet fabulous!

Tom


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