Hi Don, Don Murray wrote: > > On the workshop machines here, we are installing IDV/TDS/RAMADDA into > a virtual machine. This is the first time I've done this, but I think > it's a really good way to have an installation where you can test > things like this without having to "find a linux system". For > example, I created a CentOS Virtual Machine on my mac and was able to > test the linux way of doing the TDS install (and hence found this > issue). I can test "linux'y" things in this virtual machine. You > might want to talk to Tom Yoksas about this since he uses VMs all the > time. It also might be something to consider for the next workshops. > At the end of the workshop, the student can take away a VM image with > all the software (IDV, LDM, TDS, RAMADDA, etc) installed and then load > it on their home server. That's a good idea. I've looked at setting up the TDS on a virtual machine a few other times but never actually did it. I'll try it out for this issue. I like the idea for workshops as well. Thanks, Ethan Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: IEA-499199 Department: Support THREDDS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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