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[McIDAS #EUH-899472]: 20201022: Help on restoring/recovering CentOS 6 in Windows Virtual Machine



Hi Kwan,

re:
> Just following up on my last email about the burning smell that
> apparently came from my laptop--I have not smelled that smell since
> then. I was trying to think of an explanation. It appears to me that
> the smell came out when I got those really sultry days with tropical
> humidity here. I can't think of other reasons why I have not smelled
> the burning smell since the air temperature has dropped.

Hmm... I can't imagine why a hot, sultry day would result in a
burning smell.  Weird.

re:
> On another note, are there any McIDAS ADDE servers that offer current
> Himawari images?

SSEC has Himawari data, but they have moved away from ADDE access
to use of McFETCH.  Unidata sites can get a certain amount of satellite
imagery per month for free, from them, but that amount is on the small
side for people trying to do support for field programs, for instance.

I have been told that Himawari data is available in the Amazon cloud,
and I think that the access is free.  I do not think that it is available
via an ADDE server, however.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket ID: EUH-899472
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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