Re: Linux

From: Mary Haley (haley AT unknown)
Date: Thu May 03 2001 - 11:15:18 MDT

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    > I'm new to Linux and I'm having a problem setting up ncar. I'm running 6.2 and just need to know what information I need to include in my bashrc file?
    > Thanks.

    If you have installed the NCAR Graphics binaries on your system, then
    you need to set up two things:

       1. Set the environment variable NCARG_ROOT to point to the parent
          directory of where you installed NCAR Graphics. For example,
          if you installed NCAR Graphics to /usr/local/ncarg/bin,
          /usr/local/ncarg/lib, etc., then you would set NCARG_ROOT to

       2. You need to make sure you have $NCARG_ROOT/bin on your search
          path. I am not familiar enough with bashrc to tell you how to do
          this, but in a .cshrc file, it might look like this:

               set path=($NCARG_ROOT/bin $path)

    If this doesn't answer your question, please feel free to send me a
    personal email message.


    --Mary Haley
    haley AT unknown

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