Packaging starlink for linux distributions

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Just a heads up about packaging starlink for linux distributions.  I've gotten starlink to compile and link using native libraries on Mageia, and I've uploaded my changes to  I haven't actually try to run any of the new executables, but one step at a time.

The big bottleneck that I have right now is PGPLOT.  The trouble is that PGPLOT seems to have a non-distro friendly non-commercial license that would prevent it from being added to linux distros.

Fortunately, there is a drop in replacement for PGPLOT called pg2plplot which links against PLplot which unlike PGPLOT is actively being developed.  Unfortunately there are a lot of additional calls that haven't been implemented yet,

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