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Active Message Threads for June 2008
Greetings, I want to read in a bunch of SAC files into SAC 101.1 and plot them. As far as I know SAC will read the first 25 files and plot them. However, when I read them continuously the number of files that it plots comes down to something like 4. I believe this is because SAC keeps the files that were read in earlier in its memory. Is it possible to clear SAC memory and read in 25 files (max # of files) and plot them every time? Thank you. Januka.
Re: sac memory - Brian Savage - 2008-07-14 20:07:59
I have been trying in vain for the last month to get SAC to read a SUDS file and convert it into SAC format. This command worked fine on my old setup--sshing to a Sun Solaris machine from a Linux Red Hat machine, and running a macro containing the readsuds command. Now I can't even get the command to work on a single .WVM file. I've recently switched Linux operating systems, from Red Hat to Ubuntu, and no longer have access to the old Sun Solaris machine I was using. Now I have to ssh to a ne… [more]
Ravi S. Jakka
2008-06-04 18:54:03 - 2008-06-05 20:11:29
Hi All, I have the problem in using 'mat' command in SAC. I am trying to fix the problem since a week, but could able to succeed. Can any one help me ??? My problem is as follows: When I try to connect to matlab from sac using mat, the following error is appearing SAC> mat ERROR 8002: Cannot link to MATLAB shared object: According to SAC installation instructions (Readme file), we need to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include matlab shared object libraries. [From SAC Readme file: If you have… [more]
Re: Connecting problem with Matlab - Brian Savage - 2008-06-05 20:11:29