[arch-general] netcdf problem after arch update
eschwartz93 at gmail.com
Wed May 11 18:43:52 UTC 2016
On 05/11/2016 02:16 PM, Fulcrum wrote:
> Thanks for the reply.
> Is is possible to revert back to the previous version of netcdf? Since
> one of the tools (pyscan) is a portable script, I don't know how can I
> 'rebuild' it to work with the newer version of netcdf.
> Also, I would prefer it very much to avoid rebuilding the other tool
> (gasflow) because it takes a long time, and various other difficulties
> (It has many other dependencies which may cause other problems). It was
> a headache to install it in the first place.
While it is certainly possible to downgrade a package manually (see the
Wiki link Ilya provided), Arch doesn't support partial upgrades. So this
may not be a great long-term solution, since it will break the
repository packages which depend on netcdf.
You may be able to get away with merely relinking gasflow, which will
take less time than a full rebuild of all source files.
As for pyscan, it is probably making use of a binary which is itself
linked to the old libnetcdf.so -- you will have to track that down.
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