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20040208: McIDAS - redhat 8.0 - final mcidas installation (cont.)



>From: "Justin Balbierer" <address@hidden>
>Organization: FSU
>Keywords: 200402080951.i189pHRj003066 McIDAS RedHat 8.0

Justin,

>Institution: Florida State University / Meteorology Department
>Package Version: 2003
>Operating System: redhat 8.0
>Hardware Information: stated earlier
>Inquiry: Tom, I went to the command, <mcidas> and it seems to be running
>into an error running the "mcimagem" directory. This is the error that
>it puts on the screen when running the command.
>
>address@hidden src]$ mcidas
>Error in startup script: couldn't execute "mcimagem": no such file or directory
>    while executing
>"open "|mcimagem -top" r"
>    (procedure "startMcidas" line 28)
>    invoked from within
>"startMcidas $optn"
>    ("0" arm line 2)
>    invoked from within
>"switch $nargs {
>      0 {
>         startMcidas $optn
>      }
>      1 {
>          if { !([string match "config*"  $optn] ||
>                 [string ma..."
>    (file "./mcidas" line 677)

Are you still trying to get the test step to work, or did you take
my advice and finish the installation and then try to start McIDAS?

The error above shows that the 'mcimagem' application is not being
found in any directory included in your PATH.  This typically
indicates an improperly setup .bash_profile file (assuming you
are using bash as your shell, of course).

It appears that you attempted to include .bash_profile and .bash_history
as attachments to your email, but they were 0 length.

Tom
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