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[netCDF #EIY-908195]: Install NetCDF v2 API

Hello Jack,

Can you provide some information about the underlying netCDF-C library, and how 
it was compiled?  If libnetcdf has v2 support enabled (which it does by 
default) it is expected that netCDF-Fortran should be able to detect that and 
enable v2 support without issue.  What version of the C and Fortran libraries 
are you working with?

Thanks, I'm sure we should be able to get this sorted out!


> Greetings,
> I'm ultimately trying to install the Madis library on Ubuntu Linux, seeing
> linking errors like below. After reading that these modules are included in
> the netcdf fortran v2 api, I've been trying to compile netcdf-fortran with
> the v2 API, but have been unsuccessful. I've attempted compiling with
> gfortran and fort77. Any advice would be appreciated.
> undefined reference to `ncvid_'
> undefined reference to `ncvinq_'
> undefined reference to `ncdinq_'
> undefined reference to `ncvgt_'
> undefined reference to `ncagt_'
> Best Regards,
> *Jack Finch*
> Software Engineer
> PEMDAS® Technologies and Innovations
> (860) 301-0274 <%28860%29301-0274>
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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: EIY-908195
Department: Support netCDF
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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