From your questions, I assume you don't have both Windows and Linux experience, so you should stick with thenegri wrote: ↑Mon Jul 26, 2021 5:29 pm America/New_York Thank you for the information!
Ok, WSL2 works as a virtual machine.
Sorry but I didn't understand what I have to do right now.
When you say "I have the OCSSW software (tag 2021.2 ) running in an Ubuntu 20.04 VM (hosted on linux)", how I find "tag 2021.2" ?
I have to Install Oracle VirtualBox from https://www.virtualbox.org/ ? even having installed WSL2 ?
"well trodden path" and convert your WSL2 installation to WSL1. Also "https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/window ... e-versions" suggests WSL1 is preferred when "Your project files must be stored in the Windows file system. WSL 1 offers faster access to files mounted from Windows."
The "tag" is needed to specify the OCSSW version, see: "https://seadas.gsfc.nasa.gov/downloads/". This page shows how to install the OCSSW Software using a GUI or the command-line. I assume the GUI install requires a SeaDAS GUI running on linux or macOS, so you will need the "Manual installation". This works in either WSL1 or WSL2 terminal.
Step 5) convert WSL2 to WSL1 (this will take a long time)
Step 6) Put your EarthData Login credentials in a "~/.netrc" file in WSL. The EarthData documents explain this: "https://wiki.earthdata.nasa.gov/display ... L+And+Wget".
Step 7) install OCSSW system in WSL
The "downloads" page mentions some requirements: bash, python, git, and curl. You may need to install git and curl using the Ubuntu command line (see: "https://opensource.com/article/18/8/how ... mmand-line").
Don't overlook the "Command-line Configuration Step" (after editing "~/.bashrc", run "source ~/.bashrc" to configure the current terminal session).
Step 6) Verify that the OCSSW package is working using the "benchmark" package:
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$ ./install_ocssw --install_dir=$HOME/ocssw --tag V2021.2 –-benchmark $ cd $OCSSWROOT/benchmark $ ./seadas_benchmark.bash