I am not able to tell which h4h5tools software you downloaded.
Did you download the h4h5tools source code or binary?
There is a 'configure' file in the source code (h4h5tools-2.2.1) but
not in the binary (eg. h4h5tools-2.2.1-linux-x86_64-static), as the
binary includes the already built h4h5tools binary distribution (library, include files, tools).
If you did download the source code (h4h5tools-2.2.1) and the configure file is there, then are you able to specify "./" preceding *any* executable (outside of h4h5tools)?
In the past I have seen similar issues caused by not having a "."
specified in the PATH environment variable. For example, the
PATH variable might look like this:
I hope someone can help, I'm new to Linux and struggling to install
I have downloaded and unzipped hdf4, hdf5 and h4h5tools from this page http://www.hdfgroup.org/downloads/ and have been, unsuccessfully, trying to
compile it on my machine using the following script