Hi. I'm using Asus 1225B. I'm trying to get NCL running in my Ubuntu 13.04. The instructions are here http://www.ncl.ucar.edu/Download/install.shtml . 'uname -m' gives me i686. I downloaded the Debian version for i686. Followed the instructions. And its running. Now here's the problem, everytime I restart my laptop, when I typed the command 'ncl' its not working. What I found out is that when I repeat the instructions 'Set the NCARG_ROOT environment variable and your search path to where NCL/NCARG resides', its working as it supposed to be. When I restarted, its not working anymore. I assume I should do the bash instructions instead of sh instructions. is this correct?
From bash or ksh (the file might be ".bash_profile" or ".bashrc" or ".bash_profile"):
I absolutely have no idea what to do about this.
Edit: Okay, I tested it again, apparently closing the terminal emulator also 'reset' this. So I have to open the terminal emulator, and type in those instructions before I can use NCL again. How do I solve this?