[Wrf-users] Compile command nod found
Kevin Matthew Nuss
wrf at nusculus.com
Mon Aug 24 15:11:36 MDT 2009
For the compile command, you also need to use "./compile" rather than just
"compile" so that your shell, bash, knows where the compile command is.
Alternatively, the PATH environmental variable can be changed, but if you
don't know how to do so already, just use the above technique. You will
probably need to use ./real.exe and ./wrf.exe too after you copy them to or
create links to them in your directory.
On Mon, Aug 24, 2009 at 11:34 AM, Deepak NS <deepak.narayanan.s at gmail.com>wrote:
> I Installed WRFV3 on linux with gfortran,gcc serial. The ./config returned
> Successful installation, but when I type compile, it says, bash: compile:
> command not found. Please help.
> Deepak NS
> 3rd Year Undergraduate
> Dept of Mechanical Engineering
> IIT Madras, India.
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