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Old 07-01-2015, 10:02 AM   #1
Bimo Mukti Wibowo
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Question Mseed2sac


Hi everyone,

I'm newbie with linux and i don't know how to install software in linux.

can you tell me how to install software "mseed2sac"?
mseed2sac is a software that use to change data from miniseed to SAC (Seismic Analysis Code)

please help me

thankyou,
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Old 07-01-2015, 10:52 AM   #2
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Apparently the program is written in C. Here is what you do:
1. Download the tarball from here: http://ds.iris.edu/media/software/ms...sac-2.0.tar.gz
2. cd into the directory where you donwloaded the mseed2sac-2.0.tar.gz tarball.
3. Issue the following commands:
Code:
gunzip mseed2sac-2.0.tar.gz
tar -xvf mseed2sac-2.0.tar
4. cd into the directory mseed2sac-2.0
5. Read the README file for instructions on how to install:
Quote:
In most Unix environments a simple 'make' will build the program.

If your system does not have zlib you can compile the program without
support for ZIP archive output: first type 'make' in the main
directory (the build will fail), then go to the 'src' directory and
type 'make nozip'.
Please note, I know NOTHING about this program or its dependencies. Build at your own risk.

Best regards
 
Old 07-01-2015, 01:42 PM   #3
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The run time zlib is default for any OS.
* Installing the development parts of zlib, and gcc-4.9 :
$ sudo apt-get install zlib1g-dev g++

Building mseed2sac :
1) $ tar xvf mseed2sac-2.0.tar.gz
2) $ cd mseed2sac-2.0/
3) $ make
... and the executable 'mseed2sac' is created.
4) Installing : $ sudo cp mseed2sac /usr/local/bin/


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