David, > Thanks for the feedback. Below you'll find the results of > nm -g /home/amec/netcdf-perl-1.2.4/src/perl/blib/arch/auto/NetCDF/NetCDF.so The nm(1) output contained > U ncabort > U ncattcopy > U ncattdel which indicates that the netCDF library wasn't incorporated into the netCDF-Perl perl(1) module. > I'm not the most experienced Linux user, so let me ask you what must be a > naive question. Which file type exactly consistutes NetCDF's (or other > libraries') library file--any of the .so, .a, .la files? Names for shared-libraries have the form "libXXXXX.so.i.j", where "XXXXX" is the library name (e.g., "netcdf") and "i" and "j" are major and minor library numbers, respectively. Names for regular (i.e., non-sharable) libraries have the form "libXXXXX.a". Set the environment variable LD_NETCDF to an ld(1) reference to the netCDF library (e.g., "-L/usr/local/lib -lnetcdf") and retry building the netCDF-Perl package. The configure(1) script should use that environment variable to reference the netCDF library. > Or other files? I > assume the header file is a .h file. Correct. > I've tried googling for this > information, but it seems impossible to come up with search terms that drill > down to the information I need. I'm not sure all this information is collected in one place. > Thanks, > David Bryan Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: BOQ-220297 Department: Support netCDF Perl Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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