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[netCDF #TAY-911525]: Building netCDF on OS X 10.9.2

Hi Ken,

Thank you for sending the logs with the build.

This is a known issue related to a change in our test server
configuration. We are still working on redirects to fix this for
existing releases, and the upcoming 4.3.2 release will also fix it by
pointing directly to our new test servers. So, the failure is on our
end, not yours.

Until this gets fixed, you can complete testing and installation of
the netCDF C library and utilities by following these steps:

  1. Run "make clean" in the top level directory of your source netCDF
     source (or unpack the source again in a new source directory)

  2. Run the "configure" script again, but this time add the following
     option to whatever options you previously specified:


  3. Run "make check" and verify that it now completes successfully.

  4. Run "make install", or "sudo make install" if needed.

That should get you past the problem with our test server and allow
the installation to complete successfully.  Please let us know if you
encounter additional errors.

Please let me know if you continue to see any issues,


> I have successfully built and installed netcdf 4.3.0 on OS X 10.9.2, but the 
> latest release ( will not install correctly.  I have attached the 
> install logs below.
> Thanks, Ken
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Dr. Kenneth P. Bowman                              1014A Eller Building
> David Bullock Harris Professor of Geosciences      979-862-4060
> Department of Atmospheric Sciences                 979-862-4466 fax
> Texas A&M University                               address@hidden
> 3150 TAMU                                          
> http://atmo.tamu.edu/profile/KBowman
> College Station, TX   77843-3150

Ticket Details
Ticket ID: TAY-911525
Department: Support netCDF
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed

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