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20050314: McIDAS build error on Fedora Core 2 64-bit Linux (cont.)



>From: Unidata Support <address@hidden>
>Organization: UCAR/Unidata
>Keywords: 200503111622.j2BGM8v2022849 McIDAS Fedora Core 2 64-bit

Hi Mark,

I'm back... this time with a fix.

I updated the McIDAS-X distribution with the latest distribution of
HDF-4, HDF 4.2r1;  modified the McIDAS 'makefile'; and modified the
McIDAS compilation script, 'mccomp.sh'.

- upgraded to HDF 4.2r1

- build the HDF portion of the distribution correctly:

  - use new flags for the HDF configure script (makefile)
  - modified the Linux defaults file ~mcidas/mcidas2004/hdf/config/linux-gnu
    to include a reference to '-lm' in its definition of LIBS

- compile mnmx.for with no optimization (to get around the g77 bug)
  (mccomp.sh)

- update 'makefile' to include SSEC McIDAS v2004b code to build the
  netCDF, JPEG, ZLIB, HDF, Tcl, and TK portions of the build silently
  (output now gets logged in ~mcidas/mcidas2004/makelog)

So, you should grab the newly cut distribution, v2004c, and us it instead
of v2004b:

<as 'mcidas'>
cd ~mcidas
rm -rf mcidasx2004.tar.Z mcidas2004

ftp ftp.unidata.ucar.edu
  <user> XXXXXX
  <pass> XXXXXX
  cd unix/2004
  binary
  get mcidasx.tar.Z
  get mcinstall
  quit

chmod +x mcinstall

-- make sure that the Unix environment variable McINST_ROOT is defined;
   this is typically /home/mcidas

./mcinstall

cd mcidas2004/src

make mcx
make install.mcx


I just built v2004c on a variety of systems here at the UPC including
Fedora Core 2 32-bit, Fedora Core 3 32-bit, Fedora Core 3 64-bit,
Solaris SPARC 5.9, Solaris x86 5.9, FreeBSD 4.10, OSF/1 5.1, IRIX64
6.5, and MacOS-X 7.8.0 Darwin.

Please let me know if this distribution builds correctly for you now.

Cheers,

Tom
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