Will, You shouldn't have been able to install the UDUNITS package using apt-get(1) because I haven't yet created a Debian-compatible repository. I suspect, therefore, that you'll have to build the package from source in order to obtain the correct behavior. I'll see about adding a "version" option to the udunits2(1) program. > Unfortuntely I don't see a way to check my installed version, am I missing > something? I installed using apt-get udunits-common on 12.04 Ubuntu system, > and there doesn't seem to be a version parameter for udunits2? > > I tried removing udunits2 to build from the 2.2.1 source files and am > having no luck at all. Hm, not sure what to do here. Hopefully the folks > I'm working with are having a better time. Regards, Steve Emmerson Ticket Details =================== Ticket ID: FTH-701042 Department: Support UDUNITS Priority: Normal Status: Closed
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