Hi, > When we give following command to build netcdf liberaries at the prompt > in Ubuntu 14.04 on 64 bit computer system we get error massages as shown > in the attached screenshot. > make CLASSIC=yes GCC=yes The above "make" command is not a documented step in building netCDF libraries from source, so I'm not sure what you are actually building. To build netCDF libraries from source, you should use these instructions: http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/netcdf/docs/getting_and_building_netcdf.html The error you are seeing: PASS: tst_rename /bin/bash: line 9: ./compare_test_files.sh: Permission denied FAIL: compare_test_files.sh ================================================ 1 of 3 tests failed may be due to a failure to set the "srcdir" environment variable in the Makefile that invokes the "compare_test_files.sh" shell script run from "make check". The shell script doesn't create any new files or directories, it just compares files created during testing with reference files that were part of the source distribution: cmp nctest_classic.nc $srcdir/ref_nctest_classic.nc cmp nctest_64bit_offset.nc $srcdir/ref_nctest_64bit_offset.nc so if "srcdir" is not set and you don't have permission to search the root directory "/", you would get a "Permission denied" error. It looks like you are building version 4.2 released in May, 2012. Could you try using the latest release, netCDF version 4.3.2 from April 2014 instead, following the instructions from the link above? If you still have problems, please send the "config.log" file resulting from running the configure script. Thanks. --Russ Russ Rew UCAR Unidata Program address@hidden http://www.unidata.ucar.edu Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: DPC-225137 Department: Support netCDF Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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