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Re: [linrad] bzip2
Try to search for the bzip2 program. The is probably some linux type
program in the distribution. Then make sure the that you run bzip2 and
that the program is seeing the linrad file. My experience is that with
program/files etc. are not in the right place or in places different
linux versions. I do not understand why there is not more normalization
Hope it is of some help!
> Hello Rein,
> When I changed the suffix to .bz the following error appeared;
> "The utility bzip is not in your PATH."
> Possibly the package containing bzip2 is not installed?
> Thanks, Stan, KA1ZE