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Old 11-24-2006, 07:06 AM   #1
johnpaulodonnell
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make[1]: o: Command not found


Hi.

Running Suse 10.1 on an x86_64 machine. Trying to install a program and having some difficulty. The program is codeco 3.3. It's a format conversion program used for converting seismic waveforms such that they can be analysed by different analysis packages.

http://www.seismo.ethz.ch/products/s...3/codeco3.html

My debugging skills aren't up to much and I'm hoping someone might be able to help me out with the error. The steps involved in the installation of the package are:

1. Download, gunzip and untar.

2. make config
> jp@linux:/usr/local/codeco> make config
(cd src; ./conf.csh)
found system Linux
found compiler


...this is ok, but

3. make
>jp@linux:/usr/local/codeco> make
(cd src; make)
make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/local/codeco/src'
o ../bin/codeco codecomain.f gse_io.f codecoutil.f compdecomp.f sacsub.f sac_io.f mseed_io.f css_io. today.f utmepo.f epoutm.f

make[1]: o: Command not found
make[1]: [codeco] Error 127 (ignored)
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/codeco/src'


The src code itself is written in fortran and I'm using the Intel fortran compiler version 9.0.031.

I'm at a loss as to the meaning of the above error...my knowledge of linux and software installation still not very good!

Thanks
 
Old 11-24-2006, 08:12 AM   #2
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Fixed it. Obvious now!

Makefile was:

# file Makefile
# ========
#
# version 1, 17-Aug-98
#
# Makefile for codeco source.
# Karl Koch, Klaus Stammler, Urs Kradolfer, 17-Aug-98

# compiler
FC = needed to input my particular fortran compiler here: ifort
FFLAGS =

SRC = codecomain.f gse_io.f codecoutil.f compdecomp.f sacsub.f sac_io.f mseed_io.f css_io.f today.f utmepo.f epoutm.f
TARLIST = $(SRC) Makefile conf.csh

codeco: $(SRC)
$(FC) $(FFLAGS) -o ../bin/codeco $(SRC)

export:
tar cvf ../codeco.tar $(TARLIST)



and so without this -o was being interpreted as a command and not as a compiler option...
clean:
rm *.o ../bin/codeco
 
Old 03-16-2015, 09:17 PM   #3
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Asking for help

Hi John,

Would you mind to help me with the step by step of using Codeco to convert miniseed to other file format?

Thanks
 
Old 03-16-2015, 10:59 PM   #4
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Welcome to LQ!

bambangsetiawan

Have a nice time.
 
Old 03-17-2015, 07:31 AM   #5
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Hi John,

Would you mind to help me with the step by step of using Codeco to convert miniseed to other file format?

Thanks
@bambangsetiawan,

Yes welcome to LQ.

Be aware that you've resurrected a VERY old thread, last written in 2006. In fact the last post made by user johnpaulodonnell shows as 2012, so it may be likely that they are no longer paying attention to the forum, nor that particular thread. You can click on the hyperlink for a user's name to see posts made by them, this will give you an idea whether or not the person would even be available anymore. Further, when you went to reply to that thread, LQ should have warned you that the thread was last posted too in excess of 6 months or longer. It's worth considering when those warnings come up.

If you have particular questions, I suggest that you choose to create a new thread.

I do understand that likely you did the suggested thing and searched for similar threads or ones containing the concepts you were interested in. But in this particular case, the thread subject is so old that it's likely not worth attempting to raise it up again and instead just create a new question.

Last edited by rtmistler; 03-17-2015 at 07:34 AM.
 
  


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