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Re: std_initiliaze



Nathalie,

Bien venue  LAS!    

When LAS starts up it is not finding the journal file named
std_initialize.jnl.

This should be in the lasxml/server/jnls directory.

You might also check your lasxml/server/Ferret_config.pl and make sure
the FER_GO environment variable is set to include the LAS journal
scripts.  A line in Ferret_config.pl should begin like this:

  $ENV{FER_GO} = "jnls .

Bonne chance,


-- Jonathan Callahan


Nathalie Foures wrote:
> 
> Hi !
> 
> I have install the LAS server, but in using it I still have problems...
> 
> I complete ./configure. All seems to be ok.
> I start WWW browser, with the myserver/las address.
> The first display with the world map come without any problem.
> I specified the area in the map from which I would like to extract data.
> 
> Then I clicked the "Get Data" button in the display,
> No graphic appears, but an error window instead, which says "Internal
> error..."
> The error_log file of the Apache web server says :
> 
>     Adding an acceptable error string: "*** NOTE: ".
>     appending ferret path
>       NOAA/PMEL TMAP
>       Program FERRET
>       Version 5.22 - 07/27/00
>       11-Apr-02 19:11
> 
>     yes? cancel mode verify
>     yes? cancel mode interp
>     yes? canc data/all
>     yes? go std_initialize "coads_climatology" "1" "1" "airt"
>      **TMAP ERR: non-existent or not on line
>                  std_initialize (.jnl)
>     [Thu Apr 11 19:11:15 2002] [error] [client 132.149.78.36] Premature
> end of script headers:
>     /opt/SRC/LAS/lasxml/server/LASserver.pl
> 
> Any help will be fun!
> Cheers
> 
> Nathalie


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