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[netCDF #JCO-211657]: Issue about netcdf-c-4.9.2 and netcdf-fortran-4.6.1 installation on mack


You will want to set 'HDF5_PLUGIN_PATH' depending on your system and shell; it 
is hard to provide universal instructions, as it can vary wildly depending on 
the environment you are working in.  Can you provide the `config.log` file 
generated when you run configure? 

Also, I am sorry to hear that there are broken links; can you point me towards 
those so that I can see that they are fixed? Thanks!


> Hello,
> I’m trying to install “netcdf-c-4.9.2” from the source code, on my Mac OS, 
> but still getting the following error message.
> [cid:image001.png@01D9CED1.4BEBC690]
> How to fix this problem?
> Also the following error when doing ./configure –prefix=/usr/local:
> [cid:image004.png@01D9CED1.24B552D0]
> How to set HDP5 PLUGIN PATH?
> There is no instruction about the installation process of “netcdf-c-4.9.2” on 
> the official website since the available links do not work. They always give: 
> “Not Found The requested URL was not found on this server”.
> So, can you provide with a functional link to proper install netcdf-4.9.3 and 
> netcdf-fortran-4.6.1 ?
> Thanks you and looking forward hearing from you.
> --
> Dr. Odilon Joel Houndegnonto (he/him/his)
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> Ocean Circulation and Air-Sea Interaction (329B)
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Ticket Details
Ticket ID: JCO-211657
Department: Support netCDF
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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