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[McIDAS #HQH-586893]: mcidas-x download forbidden



Hi Jim,

re:
> I did mistype; I meant /home/mcidas/mcidas2018/zlib has no subdirectories
> called include or lib,

It shouldn't, so not seeing them is OK.

re:
> as the config script seems to think they should.
> 
> [image: image.png]

OK.

re:
> In terms of logging in to my linux machine, that is fine.  But it's behind
> a home router with dynamic IPs.  I gather you can still set it up with
> tunneling ssh but I've never tried.  If you have set procedure for me to
> follow, I'll could give that a try.

If your home setup does not have a static IP, then SSHing in will likely
be problematic or not possible at all.  Let's proceed without this
for now.

I think I need to see your entire McIDAS make log file, 
~mcidas/mcidas2018/src/makelog.
Can you either send it as an attachment, or put it somewhere I have access to
(UAlbany FTP server, dropbox, etc.)?


Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: HQH-586893
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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