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[McIDAS #QNX-338397]: Can't display images using Mcidas command IMGDISP



Hi Trung,

re:
> Here is the output of dataloc command:
> 
> [~] $ dataloc.k LIST LOC
> 
> Group Name                    Server IP Address
> --------------------         ----------------------------------------
> LOC                          <LOCAL-DATA>


Hmm...

> What directory into which the copied images were to be written?

This depends on how you set things up.

> Can you give me the path? Thanks.

If you are doing the IMGCOPYs from a McIDAS session, you can list the
working directory by running:

!pwd

into the McIDAS Text and Command window.

If you are doing the IMGCOPYs in some sort of a shell script, then
you should be specifying which directory you want to be in before
running the McIDAS commands.  The example scripts included in the
Unidata McIDAS distribution, mcrun.sh and mcscour.sh, put one into
the user's $MCDATA directory before running McIDAS commands.  Again
if you setup your user(s) as per the instructions in the Unidata
McIDAS-X Users Guide, this directory will be:

~/mcidas/data -> all users except for 'mcidas'
~/workdata    -> for the user 'mcidas'

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: QNX-338397
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed


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