Hi Elaheh, > I would like to read the netcdf data. I use Ubuntu and ifort for compiler. > > I download the binary format of netcdf utilities > (http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/downloads > > /netcdf/binary/linux_2.6-x86_64/binary-netcdf-4.1.1_ifort_ifort_icpc.tar.gz) > and put the files (include,lib,bin and share) in the path /usr/local/lib. I think you should have instead put the files in /usr/local . However, we're no longer making or supporting Linux binary releases, as there are too many variants of Fortran compilers and development environments. Instead, our current approach is to provide only source releases that build easily on common platforms. Our latest source release is version 220.127.116.11, with directions for building from source here: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/netcdf/docs/building.html Thanks for pointing out that the old binary releases are still available. We need to either delete those or mark them as unsupported with a README file in that directory. It's possible that they may work on Ubuntu, but they were built on a Linux Fedora system. > I face a problem when run the ncdump. > data$ ncdump -c omega.1974.nc > The program 'ncdump' is currently not installed. You apparently installed it in /usr/local/lib/bin/ncdump, so you would have needed to either put /usr/local/lib/bin in your PATH or invoked ncdump with the absolute path name. > and I have a problem when I run the fortran code for reading netcdf > data. Please find the attached file for fortran code. > > ~/data$ /opt/intel/bin/ifort convert.f -L/usr/local/lib -lnetcdf > ld: cannot find -lnetcdf It would have been installed in /usr/local/lib/lib according to what you specified, so you would have either needed to use a different -L argument or moved the netcdf libraries to /usr/local/lib . --Russ Russ Rew UCAR Unidata Program address@hidden http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: GZK-961458 Department: Support netCDF Priority: High Status: Closed
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