I installed SeaDAS 6.2 in my Linux (64 bit) pc. While trying to run the "seadas -em" command I get the following message
The following error was encountered: CALL_EXTERNAL: Error loading sharable excutable
symbol:idl_pid, File = /home/sarat/seadas6.2/build/lib/IDLshare.so
/home/sarat/seadas6.2/build/lib/IDLshare.so:wrong ELF class:ELFCLASS64 Please consult the supplier of the application.
Can anyone help me in this regard!
This error only occurs when you try to run a 64bit install on a 32bit machine.
Are you certain the machine is running a 64bit OS?
Thank you Sean,
I found that my PC is Linux x86 m32. Could you guide me how to reinstall SeaDAS again.I mean is there any step I should perform or skip while installing SeaDAS?
Download the 32bit linux version
and follow the installation instructions
You do not need to re-download or extract any of the installation/data files you previously installed (e.g. seadas_modisa.tar.gz; seadas_idl_rt.tar.gz).
Extracting the seadas_linux.tar.gz file in your $SEADAS directory will overwrite the 64 bit versions you erroneously installed.
Thank you Sean,
I have one more problem.
I am unable to modify the content of .bashrc file.
My old seadas folder is "seadas62" where as my new seadas folder is "seadas6.2".I am not able to change the .bashrc file so that it recognise seadas6.2 instead seadas62.
I am not able to successfully do the step 9 of the installation instructions. I changed the path of .bashrc to new SeaDAS folder
but after closing the vi editor it is still coming back to recognise the old folder "source /home/sarat/seadas62/config/seadas.env" !!
Could you please guide.