>From: Gilbert Sebenste <address@hidden> >Organization: NIU >Keywords: 200310280030.h9S0U4Ob008841 McIDAS-X install Gilbert, >Is there any way that I could move the data directory to /home/data >for consistency across my 3 machines? That's how all my scripts are set >up. A soft link can be provided (see what I did on weather2 and weather). You can easily do this. I would recommend: - rm /data/... directories - change the data and logs link in the ~ldm account to point at /home/data/... subdirectories - change the REDIRECTions in the 'mcidas' account - resetup the XCD decoding stuff >From address@hidden Tue Oct 28 13:02:14 2003 >On weather3.admin.niu.edu. redhat-config-users suddenly won't work. I have >no way to add/subtract/change users! I can't account for the redhat-config-users suddenly not working. >Plus the LDM was all different and not working right. I changed directory structure as I said in my earlier email and not much more. >Suddenly, "sh" shell scripts are segfaulting. >Uh...what's going on? No idea. >From address@hidden Tue Oct 28 13:37:00 2003 >I think you installed something that messed up Python, which is now making >redhat-config-users and the java applets from the pull-down menu crash. The things I installed were: - McIDAS - ldm-mcidas - compress and uncompress >Could you look into that (I saw the RPM in the /tmp directory, that >program might have done that!). The RPM was for the compress and uncompress stuff. That got installed correctly in /usr/bin (uncompress is simply a link to compress, so the only thing that got added should have been compress). >Also, I moved the stuff around so that >things are decoding now in /home/data/mcidas. Did you update the McIDAS setup to match this? Tom
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