Started: 2013-04-10 17:31:24
Last activity: 2013-04-10 18:33:31
Topics: SAC Help
Brian Savage2013-04-10 18:33:31Dear Jacques Tshilumbu,
The version you are running is from 2001.
The bug you are experiencing was most likely fixed a number of years ago.
Please upgrade to the latest version of SAC, v101.5. It can be obtained from IRIS at
On Apr 10, 2013, at 4:31 AM, Jacques Tshilumbu Tshabulanda wrote:
I run SAC (sac_v59.44_linux.tar.gz) on a Fedora 18 virtual machine installing in a Windows 7 labtop.
I get a segmentation fault generated by sac2000 but I don't find why it doesn´t run correctellly.
I join the sac macro, the input file and the output core.
[jactsh@localhost Datos]$ sac2000
SEISMIC ANALYSIS CODE [8/8/2001 (Version 00.59.44)]
Copyright 1995 Regents of the University of California
SAC> m m_resp1
gtext size small
xlim 1e-04 5e+02
xvport .1 .275
yvport .75 .95
ra content p res_instr_bhz.resp
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
[jactsh@localhost Datos]$ gdb a.out core.8955
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a.out: No such file or directory.
[New LWP 8955]
Core was generated by `sac2000'.
Program terminated with signal 11, Segmentation fault.
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