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nada31
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SEADAS_ROOT: Not installed

by nada31 » Sun Dec 02, 2018 4:39 am America/New_York

i have this problem :
ocssw_runner --ocsswroot $SEADAS/ocssw get_sys_info.py
/home/nada/seadas-7.4/ocssw/scripts/ocssw_runner: ligne 16: /ocssw/OCSSW_bash.env: Aucun fichier ou dossier de ce type
Platform: Linux-4.4.0-104-generic-x86_64-with-Ubuntu-16.04-xenial
Python version: 2.7.12
Java version: 9.0.1
SEADAS_ROOT: Not installed
OCSSWROOT: /ocssw
l2gen version: msl12 9.3.0-044d4967 (May 31 2018 12:45:33)
l2bin version: 4.5.0
l3bin version: 5.12
l3mapgen version: l3mapgen 2.1.0-044d4967 (May 31 2018 12:44:44)
please solution:confused::confused::confused::confused::confused:

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gnwiii
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SEADAS_ROOT: Not installed

by gnwiii » Sun Dec 02, 2018 10:42 am America/New_York

You seem to be trying to follow this post, but your output indicates that SEADAS is not set and that you have already sourced the OCSSW_bash.env script.

I have SeaDAS 7.5 and the OCSSW system om Linux Mint (based on Ubuntu) and get the same result, but with SEADAS_ROOT and OCSSWROOT set I get:

$ export SEADAS_ROOT=$HOME/seadas-7.5
$ ocssw_runner get_sys_info.py
Platform: Linux-4.15.0-39-generic-x86_64-with-LinuxMint-18.3-sylvia
Python version: 2.7.12
Java version: 1.8.0_191
SEADAS_ROOT: <home>/seadas-7.5
OCSSWROOT: <home>/ocssw
l2gen version: msl12 9.3.0-044d4967 (May 31 2018 12:45:33)
l2bin version: 4.5.0
l3bin version: 5.12
l3mapgen version: l3mapgen 2.1.0-044d4967 (May 31 2018 12:44:44)
  where <home> is the contents of the HOME variable.

Note that if you install the OCSSW software using the GUI, then <ocssw_install_dir> should be <seadas_install_dir>/ocssw.  If you install it using the command-line script the default is $HOME/ocssw.   If you have already set OCSSWROOT and sourced the OCSSW_bash.env script in your $HOME/.bashrc then you only need to run get_sys_info.py.

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