Thread: Re: SAC Software: Source

Started: 2018-10-29 18:16:30
Last activity: 2018-10-30 01:23:54
Topics: SAC Help
ronald alvarez
2018-10-29 18:16:30
Dear Sirs,

I have requested SAC source to install it using Cygwin64. So when I unzip
and untar the main folder, is created the subdirectory ./sac-101.6a.
However, following the procedure of Readme.buildsac the software is
installed. Then, Looking the READ file is possible to see the folders and
files that installation procedure should be make. So I have found that the
program does not make any folder related with sac/aux, as the file READ
indicates. However, it is making additional folder called "include", it is
not indicated on the file READ. Include folder has sac, sacf and sacio
files.

On the other hand, the subdirectory ./sac-.101.6a made a folder called
"_aux". So, I am assuming that probably the installation procedure did not
recognize the folder "_aux" to make sac/aux.

My questions are:

1.- Do you have any idea about this situation?
2.- What could I do to fix the folder?
3.- Could "include" folder be the aux folder that is mencioned on the file
READ?
4.- Can the program run without this folder?

Any suggestions and comments are really appreciated.

Best regards,

Ronald A.


El vie., 5 oct. 2018 a las 16:00, IRIS-noreply (<noreply<at>iris.washington.edu>)
escribió:

Attached is the compressed tar file with the source code and makefiles for
SAC v101.6a: sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

The first step is to expand the .tar.gz file. If your version of tar has
the "z" option, you can do this in one step:

tar -xzf sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

Otherwise, you must first unzip and then untar the file. One way to do
this is

gzip -d -c sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz | tar -xf -

The result of this operation is the creation of a subdirectory
./sac-101.6a .

If you have a problem getting to this point, reply to this message with a
detailed description of your problem.

File ./sac-101.6a/License, contains the terms you agreed to honor when you
requested SAC software. In particular you agreed NOT TO DISTRIBUTE the SAC
Software.

Instructions for building the SAC package are in file
./sac-101.6a/Readme.buildsac . As noted in that file, instructions for
setting environmental variables for your system are given in file
./sac-101.6a/README . The information in those two files should be all you
need to get the package running on your system.

Problems? Questions?
The SAC community has established a mailing list to assist users with
issues installing and using SAC (sac-help). Please direct your questions
to this mailing list, which requires a subscription:
http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/topic/sac-help



--
Ronald Alvarez Reyes
Ingeniero Civil
Universidad Santiago De Chile

  • Milton Plasencia
    2018-10-30 00:52:29
    Hi,

    When you untar file distribution obtain:

    ls ~/Soft/sac/

    CHANGES HISTORY README *bin*
    *include* *macros*

    Editline.license License *aux* *doc*
    *lib* *utils*

    *and src folder, the folders no have _.*

    *HTH,*

    *M.*
    ----------------------------
    Milton Plasencia
    mplasencia<at>inogs.it



    On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 5:08 PM ronald alvarez <ronald.alvarez<at>usach.cl>
    wrote:

    Dear Sirs,

    I have requested SAC source to install it using Cygwin64. So when I unzip
    and untar the main folder, is created the subdirectory ./sac-101.6a.
    However, following the procedure of Readme.buildsac the software is
    installed. Then, Looking the READ file is possible to see the folders and
    files that installation procedure should be make. So I have found that the
    program does not make any folder related with sac/aux, as the file READ
    indicates. However, it is making additional folder called "include", it is
    not indicated on the file READ. Include folder has sac, sacf and sacio
    files.

    On the other hand, the subdirectory ./sac-.101.6a made a folder called
    "_aux". So, I am assuming that probably the installation procedure did not
    recognize the folder "_aux" to make sac/aux.

    My questions are:

    1.- Do you have any idea about this situation?
    2.- What could I do to fix the folder?
    3.- Could "include" folder be the aux folder that is mencioned on the file
    READ?
    4.- Can the program run without this folder?

    Any suggestions and comments are really appreciated.

    Best regards,

    Ronald A.


    El vie., 5 oct. 2018 a las 16:00, IRIS-noreply (<
    noreply<at>iris.washington.edu>) escribió:

    Attached is the compressed tar file with the source code and makefiles
    for SAC v101.6a: sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

    The first step is to expand the .tar.gz file. If your version of tar has
    the "z" option, you can do this in one step:

    tar -xzf sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

    Otherwise, you must first unzip and then untar the file. One way to do
    this is

    gzip -d -c sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz | tar -xf -

    The result of this operation is the creation of a subdirectory
    ./sac-101.6a .

    If you have a problem getting to this point, reply to this message with a
    detailed description of your problem.

    File ./sac-101.6a/License, contains the terms you agreed to honor when
    you requested SAC software. In particular you agreed NOT TO DISTRIBUTE the
    SAC Software.

    Instructions for building the SAC package are in file
    ./sac-101.6a/Readme.buildsac . As noted in that file, instructions for
    setting environmental variables for your system are given in file
    ./sac-101.6a/README . The information in those two files should be all you
    need to get the package running on your system.

    Problems? Questions?
    The SAC community has established a mailing list to assist users with
    issues installing and using SAC (sac-help). Please direct your questions
    to this mailing list, which requires a subscription:
    http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/topic/sac-help



    --
    Ronald Alvarez Reyes
    Ingeniero Civil
    Universidad Santiago De Chile


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    • ronald alvarez
      2018-10-29 21:02:21
      Dear Milton P.,

      Please, find attached a picture that shows the folders made,

      [image: image.png]


      Regards,

      R

      On Mon, 29 Oct 2018, 13:52 Milton Plasencia, <mpplasencia<at>gmail.com> wrote:

      Hi,

      When you untar file distribution obtain:

      ls ~/Soft/sac/

      CHANGES HISTORY README *bin*
      *include* *macros*

      Editline.license License *aux* *doc*
      *lib* *utils*

      *and src folder, the folders no have _.*

      *HTH,*

      *M.*
      ----------------------------
      Milton Plasencia
      mplasencia<at>inogs.it



      On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 5:08 PM ronald alvarez <ronald.alvarez<at>usach.cl>
      wrote:

      Dear Sirs,

      I have requested SAC source to install it using Cygwin64. So when I unzip
      and untar the main folder, is created the subdirectory ./sac-101.6a.
      However, following the procedure of Readme.buildsac the software is
      installed. Then, Looking the READ file is possible to see the folders and
      files that installation procedure should be make. So I have found that the
      program does not make any folder related with sac/aux, as the file READ
      indicates. However, it is making additional folder called "include", it is
      not indicated on the file READ. Include folder has sac, sacf and sacio
      files.

      On the other hand, the subdirectory ./sac-.101.6a made a folder called
      "_aux". So, I am assuming that probably the installation procedure did not
      recognize the folder "_aux" to make sac/aux.

      My questions are:

      1.- Do you have any idea about this situation?
      2.- What could I do to fix the folder?
      3.- Could "include" folder be the aux folder that is mencioned on the
      file READ?
      4.- Can the program run without this folder?

      Any suggestions and comments are really appreciated.

      Best regards,

      Ronald A.


      El vie., 5 oct. 2018 a las 16:00, IRIS-noreply (<
      noreply<at>iris.washington.edu>) escribió:

      Attached is the compressed tar file with the source code and makefiles
      for SAC v101.6a: sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

      The first step is to expand the .tar.gz file. If your version of tar
      has the "z" option, you can do this in one step:

      tar -xzf sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

      Otherwise, you must first unzip and then untar the file. One way to do
      this is

      gzip -d -c sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz | tar -xf -

      The result of this operation is the creation of a subdirectory
      ./sac-101.6a .

      If you have a problem getting to this point, reply to this message with
      a detailed description of your problem.

      File ./sac-101.6a/License, contains the terms you agreed to honor when
      you requested SAC software. In particular you agreed NOT TO DISTRIBUTE the
      SAC Software.

      Instructions for building the SAC package are in file
      ./sac-101.6a/Readme.buildsac . As noted in that file, instructions for
      setting environmental variables for your system are given in file
      ./sac-101.6a/README . The information in those two files should be all you
      need to get the package running on your system.

      Problems? Questions?
      The SAC community has established a mailing list to assist users with
      issues installing and using SAC (sac-help). Please direct your questions
      to this mailing list, which requires a subscription:
      http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/topic/sac-help



      --
      Ronald Alvarez Reyes
      Ingeniero Civil
      Universidad Santiago De Chile


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      • Milton Plasencia
        2018-10-30 01:23:54
        ok, rename the _aux to aux, and other files with _, then continue with the
        compilation,
        however, you can download the linux binary and try sac directly.

        cheers,

        m.
        ************************************
        Milton P. PLASENCIA LINARES

        Centro di Ricerche Sismologiche (CRS)
        OGS - Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale

        Borgo Grotta Gigante 42/C
        (34010) Sgonico - Trieste - Italia
        Tel: +39 040 2140 156 (Udine)
        Tel: +39 040 2140 256 (Trieste)
        Cel.: +39 331 6481 935

        E-mail: mplasencia<at>inogs.it

        GPG Key: 22FCFFA8

        ASAIN (Antarctic Seismographic Argentinean Italian Network)
        **************************************


        On Mon, 29 Oct 2018 at 18:03, ronald alvarez <ronald.alvarez<at>usach.cl>
        wrote:

        Dear Milton P.,

        Please, find attached a picture that shows the folders made,

        [image: image.png]


        Regards,

        R

        On Mon, 29 Oct 2018, 13:52 Milton Plasencia, <mpplasencia<at>gmail.com>
        wrote:

        Hi,

        When you untar file distribution obtain:

        ls ~/Soft/sac/

        CHANGES HISTORY README *bin*
        *include* *macros*

        Editline.license License *aux* *doc*
        *lib* *utils*

        *and src folder, the folders no have _.*

        *HTH,*

        *M.*
        ----------------------------
        Milton Plasencia
        mplasencia<at>inogs.it



        On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 5:08 PM ronald alvarez <ronald.alvarez<at>usach.cl>
        wrote:

        Dear Sirs,

        I have requested SAC source to install it using Cygwin64. So when I
        unzip and untar the main folder, is created the subdirectory ./sac-101.6a.
        However, following the procedure of Readme.buildsac the software is
        installed. Then, Looking the READ file is possible to see the folders and
        files that installation procedure should be make. So I have found that the
        program does not make any folder related with sac/aux, as the file READ
        indicates. However, it is making additional folder called "include", it is
        not indicated on the file READ. Include folder has sac, sacf and sacio
        files.

        On the other hand, the subdirectory ./sac-.101.6a made a folder called
        "_aux". So, I am assuming that probably the installation procedure did not
        recognize the folder "_aux" to make sac/aux.

        My questions are:

        1.- Do you have any idea about this situation?
        2.- What could I do to fix the folder?
        3.- Could "include" folder be the aux folder that is mencioned on the
        file READ?
        4.- Can the program run without this folder?

        Any suggestions and comments are really appreciated.

        Best regards,

        Ronald A.


        El vie., 5 oct. 2018 a las 16:00, IRIS-noreply (<
        noreply<at>iris.washington.edu>) escribió:

        Attached is the compressed tar file with the source code and makefiles
        for SAC v101.6a: sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

        The first step is to expand the .tar.gz file. If your version of tar
        has the "z" option, you can do this in one step:

        tar -xzf sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

        Otherwise, you must first unzip and then untar the file. One way to do
        this is

        gzip -d -c sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz | tar -xf -

        The result of this operation is the creation of a subdirectory
        ./sac-101.6a .

        If you have a problem getting to this point, reply to this message with
        a detailed description of your problem.

        File ./sac-101.6a/License, contains the terms you agreed to honor when
        you requested SAC software. In particular you agreed NOT TO DISTRIBUTE the
        SAC Software.

        Instructions for building the SAC package are in file
        ./sac-101.6a/Readme.buildsac . As noted in that file, instructions for
        setting environmental variables for your system are given in file
        ./sac-101.6a/README . The information in those two files should be all you
        need to get the package running on your system.

        Problems? Questions?
        The SAC community has established a mailing list to assist users with
        issues installing and using SAC (sac-help). Please direct your questions
        to this mailing list, which requires a subscription:
        http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/topic/sac-help



        --
        Ronald Alvarez Reyes
        Ingeniero Civil
        Universidad Santiago De Chile


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        • Brian Savage
          2018-10-29 20:36:44
          Dear Ronald,

          The aux folder or filename on windows is notorious. See https://superuser.com/a/206425 and https://superuser.com/a/87004 and https://www.cygwin.com/faq.html#faq.using.dos-filenames

          It is probably best to rename it to winaux.

          To install sac on Cygwin you need to compile it yourself, due to licensing incompatibilities between SAC and Cygwin; binaries do not exist for this reason.

          At some point, Cygwin was able to handle the aux filename, but I guess not right now. You should be able to compile and install it.

          Brian

          On Oct 29, 2018, at 1:25 PM, Milton Plasencia <mplasencia<at>inogs.it> wrote:

          ok, rename the _aux to aux, and other files with _, then continue with the compilation,
          however, you can download the linux binary and try sac directly.

          cheers,

          m.
          ************************************
          Milton P. PLASENCIA LINARES

          Centro di Ricerche Sismologiche (CRS)
          OGS - Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale

          Borgo Grotta Gigante 42/C
          (34010) Sgonico - Trieste - Italia
          Tel: +39 040 2140 156 (Udine)
          Tel: +39 040 2140 256 (Trieste)
          Cel.: +39 331 6481 935

          E-mail: mplasencia<at>inogs.it <mplasencia<at>inogs.it>

          GPG Key: 22FCFFA8

          ASAIN (Antarctic Seismographic Argentinean Italian Network)
          **************************************


          On Mon, 29 Oct 2018 at 18:03, ronald alvarez <ronald.alvarez<at>usach.cl <ronald.alvarez<at>usach.cl>> wrote:
          Dear Milton P.,

          Please, find attached a picture that shows the folders made,

          <image.png>


          Regards,

          R

          On Mon, 29 Oct 2018, 13:52 Milton Plasencia, <mpplasencia<at>gmail.com <mpplasencia<at>gmail.com>> wrote:
          Hi,

          When you untar file distribution obtain:

          ls ~/Soft/sac/
          CHANGES HISTORY README bin include macros
          Editline.license License aux doc lib utils

          and src folder, the folders no have _.

          HTH,

          M.
          ----------------------------
          Milton Plasencia
          mplasencia<at>inogs.it <mplasencia<at>inogs.it>



          On Mon, Oct 29, 2018 at 5:08 PM ronald alvarez <ronald.alvarez<at>usach.cl <ronald.alvarez<at>usach.cl>> wrote:
          Dear Sirs,

          I have requested SAC source to install it using Cygwin64. So when I unzip and untar the main folder, is created the subdirectory ./sac-101.6a. However, following the procedure of Readme.buildsac the software is installed. Then, Looking the READ file is possible to see the folders and files that installation procedure should be make. So I have found that the program does not make any folder related with sac/aux, as the file READ indicates. However, it is making additional folder called "include", it is not indicated on the file READ. Include folder has sac, sacf and sacio files.

          On the other hand, the subdirectory ./sac-.101.6a made a folder called "_aux". So, I am assuming that probably the installation procedure did not recognize the folder "_aux" to make sac/aux.

          My questions are:

          1.- Do you have any idea about this situation?
          2.- What could I do to fix the folder?
          3.- Could "include" folder be the aux folder that is mencioned on the file READ?
          4.- Can the program run without this folder?

          Any suggestions and comments are really appreciated.

          Best regards,

          Ronald A.


          El vie., 5 oct. 2018 a las 16:00, IRIS-noreply (<noreply<at>iris.washington.edu <noreply<at>iris.washington.edu>>) escribió:
          Attached is the compressed tar file with the source code and makefiles for SAC v101.6a: sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

          The first step is to expand the .tar.gz file. If your version of tar has the "z" option, you can do this in one step:

          tar -xzf sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz

          Otherwise, you must first unzip and then untar the file. One way to do this is

          gzip -d -c sac-101.6a-source.tar.gz | tar -xf -

          The result of this operation is the creation of a subdirectory ./sac-101.6a .

          If you have a problem getting to this point, reply to this message with a detailed description of your problem.

          File ./sac-101.6a/License, contains the terms you agreed to honor when you requested SAC software. In particular you agreed NOT TO DISTRIBUTE the SAC Software.

          Instructions for building the SAC package are in file ./sac-101.6a/Readme.buildsac . As noted in that file, instructions for setting environmental variables for your system are given in file ./sac-101.6a/README . The information in those two files should be all you need to get the package running on your system.

          Problems? Questions?
          The SAC community has established a mailing list to assist users with issues installing and using SAC (sac-help). Please direct your questions to this mailing list, which requires a subscription: http://ds.iris.edu/message-center/topic/sac-help



          --
          Ronald Alvarez Reyes
          Ingeniero Civil
          Universidad Santiago De Chile


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