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ARWPost Error When compiling

awlad

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I have been facing problem in installing ARWPost I have bee Use this bash script command

cd $HOME/Build_WRF/Downloads
wget -c http://www2.mmm.ucar.edu/wrf/src/ARWpost_V3.tar.gz
tar -xvzf ARWpost_V3.tar.gz -C $HOME/Build_WRF
cd $HOME/Build_WRF/ARWpost
./clean
sed -i -e 's/-lnetcdf/-lnetcdff -lnetcdf/g' $HOME/Build_WRF/ARWpost/src/Makefile
./configure #3
sed -i -e 's/-C -P/-P/g' $HOME/Build_WRF/ARWpost/configure.arwp
./compile


I found the error
 

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Couple of things.

1. Can you attach your configure log file as well?
2. What system are you using to install arwpost?
3. Is it 32 or 64 bit?

Lastly, Arwpost is very old and is no longer supported or maintained. While someone on here might be able to help you get it installed if you run into other bugs they may not be able to help. NCAR recommends transitioning from Arwpost to WRF-Python for post processing.
 
Couple of things.

1. Can you attach your configure log file as well?
2. What system are you using to install arwpost?
3. Is it 32 or 64 bit?

Lastly, Arwpost is very old and is no longer supported or maintained. While someone on here might be able to help you get it installed if you run into other bugs they may not be able to help. NCAR recommends transitioning from Arwpost to WRF-Python for post processing.
I have been using 64 bit ubuntu with architecture x86_64
Here is the output in text format
 

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I have been using 64 bit ubuntu with architecture x86_64
Here is the output in text format
I know what the problem is.

It is a known issue with newer gcc versions. There is a file type missmatch:
Error: Type mismatch between actual argument at (1) and actual argument at (2) (INTEGER(4)/REAL(4)).
input_module.f:121:51:

This should fix it:
 
I know what the problem is.

It is a known issue with newer gcc versions. There is a file type missmatch:
Error: Type mismatch between actual argument at (1) and actual argument at (2) (INTEGER(4)/REAL(4)).
input_module.f:121:51:

This should fix it:
Thank you sir.
 
I know what the problem is.

It is a known issue with newer gcc versions. There is a file type missmatch:
Error: Type mismatch between actual argument at (1) and actual argument at (2) (INTEGER(4)/REAL(4)).
input_module.f:121:51:

This should fix it:
dear sir/madam
i am also facing the same problem, when i am trying to open this link, it is not opening, can you send the above link again?
 
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