>From: address@hidden >Organization: GMU >Keywords: 200408092310.i79NAXaW029969 McIDAS test Hi Ying, >Thanks for your tremedous help in the past! No worries. >Now I met a problem when installing mcidas-X 2004 on linux machine. It >seems ok after I make it. When I set all the env variables (i.e. MCDATA, >MCPATH, MCGUI, etc) and want to test the build before installing, the >interface is not as expected, please refer to the jpg file as attached. After looking at the error message in the JPEG file you sent, I suggest that you go ahead and finish the installation of McIDAS without the testing step. The reason for this is that the problem is caused by some needed environment variable tweaking. Since I have installed Unidata McIDAS-X on tens of Linux machines and never seen a problem, I am willing to bet that you won't see any after the 'make install'. By the way, are you upgrading from a previous release of McIDAS? If yes, then the steps need in the installation of v2004 are: <all done as 'mcidas'> 1) cd ~/mcidas2003/src make uninstall.all 2) cd ~mcidas/mcidas2004/src make install <- not running McIDAS-XCD decoders -- or -- make install.all <- running McIDAS-XCD decoders >The problem still exists if I set the tk_version as 8.4. I believe it's >the link problem on tcl/tk. Some lib directory can not be found. Previously >I set LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib, and it was able to locate tk8.4.so, >tcl8.4.so. Do I need to specify some more directories? No, you don't need to specify more directories. For the testing step you would hae to set the TCL_LIBRARY and TK_LIBRARY environment variables to point at the ~mcidas/mcidas2004/tcl/unix and ~mcidas/mcidas2004/tk/unix directories. I think that the effort in doing this for the testing is more than simply going ahead and finishing the installation and testing "live" (without the special environment variable settings). I feel fully confident that your package will work fine after you finish the installation. >Thank you! No worries. Cheers, Tom -- NOTE: All email exchanges with Unidata User Support are recorded in the Unidata inquiry tracking system and then made publically available through the web. If you do not want to have your interactions made available in this way, you must let us know in each email you send to us. >From address@hidden Tue Aug 10 17:39:40 2004 Thanks. It's working!
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