r.slope and installation.

Malcolm Williamson malcolm at cast.uark.edu
Tue Oct 17 13:02:09 EDT 1995

Hi Jeremy
Unless you can find some kind soul with an SGI binary of r.slope, you'll 
have to bite the bullet and grab the source code for GRASS, and compile 
at least the GRASS libes as a bare minimum. Pretty much all contributed 
code makes calls to these libraries, so you have to have them in order to 
compile. :(
Malcolm D. Williamson - GIS Specialist           E-mail: malcolm at cast.uark.edu
Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies      Telephone: (501) 575-6159
Ozark Rm. 12                                        Fax: (501) 575-5218 
University of Arkansas              
Fayetteville, AR 72701

On Tue, 17 Oct 1995, DUNN JEREMY SIMON wrote:

> Good Morning,
> I'm trying to install r.slope on my version of Grass4.1 running on an SGI .
> I understand that I need to run gmake4.1 to create the neccessary binary file 
> but having a binary version of grass4.1 my gmake4.1 file doesn't seem to 
> exist. 
> How do I correctly create r.slope binaries to run in my version of Grass if I 
> don't have gmake4.1 available ? Or can I just copy gmake4.1 from the ftp site ?
> Thank you for any comments or help that may be forth coming. 
> Jeremy S Dunn. 

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