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A quick test

Figure: Output of the suplane pipeline.
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Once you have completed the installation, here is a quick test you can make to see if you have a functioning seismic system. For an X-windows machine, the ``pipeline''

suplane | suxwigb &
should produce the graphic shown in Figure A.1. If you have a PostScript printer, then you should get a hard copy version with the pipeline
suplane | supswigb | lpr
If you have Display PostScript, or a PostScript previewer, then to get a screen display, replace the lpr command in the pipeline by the command that opens a PostScript file, for example:
suplane | supswigb | ghostview -

Another set of test pipelines are

susynlv | supsimage | lpr
susynlv | supswigb | ghostview -

Figure: Output of the susynlv pipeline.
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John Stockwell 2007-04-10