I'm a new user to Ubuntu and confront a problem through some process:
- There's a freeware called TDEFNODE coded with Fortran and runs under Ubuntu. So I've just installed Ubuntu 14 on a virtual drive.
- My friend compiled the program, download "gfortran" and "tcsh", and put some syntax in the .bashrc to show the shell that the program is in some folder.
- The software runs fine from the terminal and creates a lot of result files. Some of these files are used to draw some certain shapes and vectors.
- Program needs another program called GMT so I downloaded it with all packages from the Ubuntu software center.
The real problem I encounter is that; a file which is called "td_plot". This is another file in the software folder and uses the output files and GMT software together to draw certain type of files, like .ps. A sample command is like this:
td_plot -p map -m aaaa -obsv -calc
And this means : Plot a map which results are in the ".aaaa" files. And show the "observation" and "calculated" vectors on this map.
This command produce files, but files include maps without these vectors.
As I understood, this td_plot file having commands used under "tcsh" and the misdrawing issue is about that.
All the process I've done until here is made under bashrc.
Any ideas to run this tcsh file properly?