Si, Unfortunately, the user only said the following on how they solved the problem: > We found the way to fix it, we did configure/make/make install twice but > just added the LDFLAGS link to itself at second round. Their answer doesn't indicate if they applied their solution to the UDUNITS-2 package or to the cfchecks package. I suggest trying the following with the UDUNITS-2 package: make distclean ./configure ... LDFLAGS="-L$prefix/lib -lexpat" >configure.log 2>&1 make install >install.log 2>&1 The above assumes that $prefix is set to the installation prefix ("/glade/u/home/siliu/udunits/2.1.24/gnu/4.7.2" in your case) and that a standard user-shell is used. In any case, the cfchecks package needs to be modified to obtain the Expat library. > Hi Steve, > > I contacted Unidata since I saw the online discuss of an identical > problems here: > http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/support/help/MailArchives/udunits/msg00800.html > > Since that ticket is closed successfully, I just wander how you > resolved that problems before. > > I will do some research on cfchecks as well. > Best wishes, > Sincerely Si > > Si Liu > Consulting Services Group > NCAR Computational & Information Services Laboratory > Knowledge Management Chair of SEA > Office: Mesa Lab, Room 51A > Phone: (303) 497-2430 Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: BRT-487845 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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