Windows 7 installation error?

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2013-03-11
2016-05-05
  • Hyo-Kyung Lee

    Hyo-Kyung Lee - 2013-03-11

    Hi,

      I got the following error during the installation of "nco-4.2.5.windows.mvs".

       "IPersisFile:Save failed; code 0x80004005. Unspecified error."

      Is it OK to ignore?

     
  • Pedro Vicente

    Pedro Vicente - 2013-03-12

    Yes, you can ignore that error.

    The installation program copies all the NCO binaries to C:/nco, but somehow it prints that message always

    Pedro

     
  • Hyo-Kyung Lee

    Hyo-Kyung Lee - 2013-03-12

    Hi Pedro,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Also, does the nco-4.2.5 for Windows "exclude" OPeNDAP capability? I cannot save a remote OPeNDAP URL resource into a NetCDF file using ncks. I checked the same command 'ncks http://some.opendap.url… -o test.nc'  with CentOS6 RPM version and it worked fine.  Should a command line syntax be different?

    Anyway, Windows NCO package is super cool! It's easy to install and use. Everyone should try this.

     
  • Pedro Vicente

    Pedro Vicente - 2013-04-27

    Hi Hyo-Kyung

    For your information, the current NCO 4.3.0 version on the main page features OPeNDAP

    http://nco.sourceforge.net/#windows

    Be sure to check the upcoming  NCO 4.3.1 also

    Glad you find the Windows NCO package easy to install and use

    Pedro

     
  • Jayanti Pal

    Jayanti Pal - 2016-05-05

    hello pedro
    I have install nco-4.5.4.windows.mvs.exe in wiondows 7. Can you tell me how to operate nco in windows 7. I have also install cgywin.

    I have put the folder of nco containg exeutable commands under cgywin an then run nco through cgywin using "./" before every command, but still its not working.

    Please help I need to know this urgently.

     
  • Pedro Vicente

    Pedro Vicente - 2016-05-05

    @Jayanti

    the nco-x.x.x.windows.mvs.exe executables are native Windows executables.
    so they do not need or work under cygwin

    the installation copies all NCO binaries to
    C:\nco

    so, on a windows shell just change to C:\nco and type
    ncks
    for example

     

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