Thread: Re: SAC on a flavor of linux

Started: 2006-05-11 01:12:30
Last activity: 2006-05-11 01:12:30
Topics: SAC Help
Arthur Snoke
2006-05-11 01:12:30
This message is from a colleague in Peru. I am not familiar with that
flavor of Linux and do not use the spectrogram routines. (The command he
gave me spg w 20 s 2 worked fine.)

Any suggestions?

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Date: Wed, 10 May 2006 16:58:40 -0400 (EDT)
From: Edmundo Norabuena <enorab<at>nazca.igp.gob.pe>

Arthur,
I compiled the source code on a solaris 9 platform and sac 100.1 worked fine
(spectrogram plot). However when I did the compilation on my linux platform
(Pentium 4, HP) will Fedora core 4 it failed with a bunch of errors. I have
leave this for the moement and being concentrated on the solaris version. As
yopu may have noticed the spectrogram produces a color plot but it does not
have the option to allow the user set its own color scale or change it. The
reason this could be usefull is to avoid expending color for the background
spectral content, which in some plots could be more than 50% of the area. We
could have just leaved this as blank.
Saludos,
Edmundo

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