Edwin, > I downloaded and installed udunits-2 apparently successfully. > > Then, I downloaded and installed another package named NCO. > NCO can optionally use udunits; however, after configuring NCO I get the > following error message for NCO configure command: > > configure:23632: checking for /usr/local/pkgs/udunits/etc/udunits.dat > configure:23648: result: no > configure:23653: WARNING: file /usr/local/pkgs/udunits/etc/udunits.dat was > not found but will be compiled into NCO. Some executables may fail without it. > > > After udunits-2 was installed no udunits/etc directory was created and > udunits.dat does not exist. > Is this file necessary for udunits to function properly? The UDUNITS package has two major versions: the original UDUNITS (aka UDUNITS-1) and the new UDUNITS-2 version. The UDUNITS-2 C API differs from the UDUNITS-1 C API, although the latest version 2 release does contains a thin implementation of the version 1 API. I suspect that the NCO package uses the UDUNITS-1 API and the error message you saw resulted from the installation procedure not finding the UDUNITS-1 database file, udunits.dat. The UDUNITS-2 package uses a different database. If I did my job correctly, then you should be able to link the NCO package against the UDUNITS-2 library and everything should work. Please let me know if this isn't the case. The alternative would be to install the UDUNITS-1 package. > Thank you, > address@hidden Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: AIY-998562 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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