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Using l2gen from the SeaDAS command line gives the following error, which does not seem to affect anything:
SeaDAS> l2gen, ifile=l1b_file, geofile=geo_file, ofile1=l2_file, l2prod1=['chlor_a'] $
SeaDAS> ,/metsearch, /ozonesearch, /sstsearch, /icesearch, proc_ocean=2, /WAIT
GENERIC_FILE_TYPE detected a MODIS file.
sh: /opt/seadas6.4/run/bin3/ncdump: No such file or directory
Detected a high-resolution file.
and then it continues on.
I don't get the error when I use the GUI. It is easily fixed by issuing the following command:
ln -s linux_64/ncdump_hdf ncdump
in directory $SEADAS/run/bin3
This might also have been an issue in SeaDAS6.3, since I have the same symlink there.
This is on a CentOS5.8 system.
There are two files where I missed converting ncdump to ncdump_hdf:
search for ncdump and change the lines appropriately.
(the GUI works because l2gen_screen.pro was corrected...)
Thanks, that sounds better then making the symlink. l2gen_pfile.pro and l2gen_main.pro actually look in the wrong directory for ncdump (or ncdump_hdf) as well.
So change instances of $SEADAS/run/bin3/ncdump to $LIB3_BIN/ncdump_hdf