Continued installation on aquarius

I found the package I was missing to get the hdf4_module configured on aquarius.  The fix was
sudo apt-get install libhdf4g-dev
However, the ncml_module is still failing its tests. :-/ I’ll try a distclean and rebuild. Still broken. Apparently it needs the hdf5_handler too… needed to install libhdf5 headers.
sudo apt-get install libhdf5-serial-dev

HURRAY, ncml_module installed successfully!
here is the output of show version in the bescmdln:

It is important to note that in order to use the bes commands (besctl and bescmdln) the script /projects/esg/opendap/ must be run so the proper paths are added to the environment.

Now that opendap is all taken care of, time to move on to Hyrax.  I got the servlet started no problem, but now I need to figure out how to configure it with opendap and thredds.  It’s supposed to pick up the opendap stuff automatically if besdaemon is running (which it is), but the default files aren’t there.  There are a few configuration files that I am trying to figure out, but there is an exam on campus waiting to be conquered, so I’ll pick this up later.

BESClient> show version;
<?xml version=”1.0″ encoding=”ISO-8859-1″?>
<response reqID=”some_unique_value” xmlns=””&gt;
<library name=”bes”>3.9.0</library>
<module name=”dap-server/ascii”>4.1.0</module>
<library name=”libdap”>3.11.0</library>
<serviceVersion name=”dap”>
<module name=”fileout_netcdf”>1.1.0</module>
<module name=”hdf4_handler”>3.9.1</module>
<module name=”hdf5_handler”>1.4.3</module>
<module name=”netcdf_handler”>3.9.2</module>
<module name=”ncml_module”>1.1.0</module>
<module name=”dap-server/usage”>4.1.0</module>
<module name=”dap-server/www”>4.1.0</module>

~ by chambj2 on December 8, 2010.

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