Sahkiul, > I am very new to instalat softwares. I am trying to install > "udunits" to use gribtonc utility. > It is giving errors. Steps followed: > > export CC=gcc > export CPPFLAGS=-D_POSIX_SOURCE > > 1. $./configure >& out-configure-script > 2. make >& make-out > > My linux machine is: > $uname -a > Linux meleck-lx 2.6.8-9-amd64-k8 #1 Wed Dec 8 13:26:29 UTC 2004 x86_64 > GNU/Linux > > Kindly help me to solve this problem. > > Thanking you, > > Sahidul The problem is that the C compiler doesn't know what calling-conventions to use to build the Fortran API. You tell the C compiler what conventions to use by defining a macro in the CPPFLAGS environment variable before running the configure(1) script. Please try the following: 1. Go to the top-level source-directory. 2. Execute the command "make distclean". 3. Assuming that you don't care about the Fortran API, then add a definition for the C macro "f2cFortran" to the CPPFLAGS environment variable, e.g., export CPPFLAGS=-Df2cFortran If you do care about the Fortran API, then examine the file INSTALL to discover what C macro to define. 4. I you don't need the perl(1) interface, then define the environment variable PERL to be the empty string, e.g., export PERL='' 5. Execute the configure(1) script. 6. Execute the command "make". 7. Execute the command "make install". You might have to do this as user "root" in order to install the perl interface if the environment variable PERL wasn't the empty string. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: JHV-554487 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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