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by gnwiii
Sat Jan 21, 2017 7:15 am America/New_York
Forum: All Questions/Comments
Question: Ruling out assymetric route (first)?
Replies: 13

Ruling out assymetric route (first)?

It may be helpful to provide tcptraceroute results, but this usually needs "sudo".  Use port 443 for https, as in:$ sudo tcptraceroute oceandata.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov 443Selected device wlan0, address xx.xxx.xx.xx, port 26005 for outgoing packetsTracing the path to oceandata.sci.gsfc.nasa...
by gnwiii
Fri Jan 20, 2017 7:18 am America/New_York
Forum: All Questions/Comments
Question: New thread on manual update of OCSSW processors
Replies: 6

New thread on manual update of OCSSW processors

It seems homebrew is not building openssl correctly.  Trying to fix such issues after a package is installed is something for experts, and is more of a quick fix.  Unless homebrew fixes the problem, the workarounds will have to redone for each update.  Anaconda Python (binary packages...
by gnwiii
Thu Jan 19, 2017 6:51 am America/New_York
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Question: New thread on manual update of OCSSW processors
Replies: 6

New thread on manual update of OCSSW processors

@jgallenWhich MacOS version? How did you install the version of python in /usr/local/bin?  If you used homebrew on El Capitan then your python may be showing the OpenSSL version from the homebrew OpenSSL headers but actually linked to the (insecure, deprecated) Apple library.  See Installi...
by gnwiii
Wed Jan 18, 2017 6:50 am America/New_York
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Question: New thread on manual update of OCSSW processors
Replies: 6

New thread on manual update of OCSSW processors

You aren't doing anything silly at all -- if anyone is being silly it is Apple letting people thing they care about security and then shipping python with an obsolete openssl library.1) Does the python script work with python 3.5.2 or does it need 2.7.8?The OCSSW scripts need a python 2.7, but a...
by gnwiii
Fri Jan 13, 2017 9:48 am America/New_York
Forum: All Questions/Comments
Question: Update the ocssw processors failed
Replies: 41

Update the ocssw processors failed

@Swathy -- I just had the same problem so it may have been an internet hiccup.  You can try running update_luts.py manually.   I don't think the install_ocssw.py script does anything more after "Python version acceptable" than run update_luts.py for each requested sensor.
by gnwiii
Fri Jan 13, 2017 9:39 am America/New_York
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Question: Update the ocssw processors failed
Replies: 41

Update the ocssw processors failed

Many open source software providers have moved away from tarballs in favour of direct access to version control repos.  This has important advantages: a) less work for software providers (so they can focus on improving the software), b) users can pull particular versions, and c) lower network c...
by gnwiii
Thu Jan 12, 2017 2:02 pm America/New_York
Forum: All Questions/Comments
Question: Update the ocssw processors failed
Replies: 41

Update the ocssw processors failed

NASA is not the only organization moving to https or beefing up crypto protocols for https.  Many sites will be adopting the Mozilla Modern recommendations so if there are problems with NASA now there will be problems with others sites in the future.   It would be helpful to have some...
by gnwiii
Thu Jan 12, 2017 1:49 pm America/New_York
Forum: All Questions/Comments
Question: Connections to oceandata.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov timing out!
Replies: 5

Connections to oceandata.sci.gsfc.nasa.gov timing out!

Wget 1.13.4 is quite old, so there is a good chance it was built an old version of openssl or gnutls that lacks (Mozilla Modern) crypto support required with many sites that enforce https. The two most common crypto libraries on linux are openssl and gnutls, so it might be useful to check that ciphe...
by gnwiii
Thu Jan 12, 2017 9:47 am America/New_York
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Question: Installing SeaDAS with sudo or not?
Replies: 3

Installing SeaDAS with sudo or not?

The general principle is that sudo should only be used when absolutely necessary.  SeaDAS works fine when installed without sudo.Are you hoping to share one Seadas 7 install among multiple users?   That is generally not a good idea -- the GUI needs a lot of resources so multiple users...
by gnwiii
Wed Jan 11, 2017 8:18 am America/New_York
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Question: Update the ocssw processors failed
Replies: 41

Update the ocssw processors failed

Ubuntu 14.04 $ gnutls-cli -l | grep TLS1.2 is missing the required ciphers.    For this reason, I upgraded my home systems to Linux Mint 18 (based on Ubuntu 16.04) and get $ cat /etc/os-release NAME="Linux Mint"VERSION="18.1 (Serena)"ID=linuxmintID_LIKE=ubuntuPRETTY_NAM...