Thread: SAC versus macOS Monterey M1

Started: 2022-05-01 17:35:02
Last activity: 2022-05-18 13:39:28
Topics: SAC Help
Maria Silveira
2022-05-01 17:35:02
Hello,

I have a new iMAC with MacOS Monterey M1.
Does someone know if the SAC 102.0 version is compatible with it?
I have SAC 101.6a, in another machine, which is perfectly running in macOS Mojave version 10.14.6.
Also, I need to compile other fortran and C codes with libsacio.a.


Many thanks

Graça Silveira

Professor Coordenador/Investigador
Departamento de Física
Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
Rua Conselheiro Emidio Navarro,1
1959-007 Lisbon
Portugal
&
Instituto Dom Luiz IDL
Edif. C8, FCUL, Campo Grande
1749-016 LISBOA
Portugal
Email: mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt<mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>
Tel.: +351.217500812
Fax: +351.217500977








  • Rob Casey
    2022-05-10 08:20:35

    Hi Maria-

    For what it's worth, I am able to get the sac-102.0-mac bundle to run just fine on my M1 Mac (Monterey). Since I don't really use the tool, I did little more than read in a SAC file and do a plot1 to the screen. I and others will be interested to know if you run into specific issues running on the M1 platform. The Mac has a built in interpreter that will attempt to translate Intel code to ARM64 while running, at the slight cost of performance.

    I have not attempted to build SAC 102.0 from source on the M1.

    -Rob


    On May 1, 2022, at 10:37 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

    Hello,

    I have a new iMAC with MacOS Monterey M1.
    Does someone know if the SAC 102.0 version is compatible with it?
    I have SAC 101.6a, in another machine, which is perfectly running in macOS Mojave version 10.14.6.
    Also, I need to compile other fortran and C codes with libsacio.a.


    Many thanks

    Graça Silveira

    Professor Coordenador/Investigador
    Departamento de Física
    Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
    Rua Conselheiro Emidio Navarro,1
    1959-007 Lisbon
    Portugal
    &
    Instituto Dom Luiz IDL
    Edif. C8, FCUL, Campo Grande
    1749-016 LISBOA
    Portugal
    Email: mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt <mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>
    Tel.: +351.217500812
    Fax: +351.217500977








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    • Maria Silveira
      2022-05-13 13:12:45
      Dear Rob,

      Many thanks for your e-mail.
      Both sac-102.0-mac (compiled version) and sac-102.0 source code, which I compiled in my M1 platform are working fine.
      The library libsacio.a that I compiled myself from SAC source code also works fine with the personal codes in Fortran I have.

      The only issue I’m still facing is the SAC files portability. The SAC files I generate locally work well.
      However, the ones I have generated in the macOS 10.14.16 are impossible to read.
      I obtain error 1301 which reminds me about little endian versus big endian.
      I tried to apply the sacswap locally as well as on the machine where they were produced and nothing seems to work.

      I also tried sactosac (Bristol SAC) withou sucess.


      Best

      Graça


      On 10 May 2022, at 16:20, Robert Casey <rob<at>iris.washington.edu<rob<at>iris.washington.edu>> wrote:


      Hi Maria-

      For what it's worth, I am able to get the sac-102.0-mac bundle to run just fine on my M1 Mac (Monterey). Since I don't really use the tool, I did little more than read in a SAC file and do a plot1 to the screen. I and others will be interested to know if you run into specific issues running on the M1 platform. The Mac has a built in interpreter that will attempt to translate Intel code to ARM64 while running, at the slight cost of performance.
      I have not attempted to build SAC 102.0 from source on the M1.

      -Rob


      On May 1, 2022, at 10:37 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu<sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu>> wrote:

      Hello,

      I have a new iMAC with MacOS Monterey M1.
      Does someone know if the SAC 102.0 version is compatible with it?
      I have SAC 101.6a, in another machine, which is perfectly running in macOS Mojave version 10.14.6.
      Also, I need to compile other fortran and C codes with libsacio.a.


      Many thanks

      Graça Silveira

      Professor Coordenador/Investigador
      Departamento de Física
      Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
      Rua Conselheiro Emidio Navarro,1
      1959-007 Lisbon
      Portugal
      &
      Instituto Dom Luiz IDL
      Edif. C8, FCUL, Campo Grande
      1749-016 LISBOA
      Portugal
      Email: mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt<mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>
      Tel.: +351.217500812
      Fax: +351.217500977








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      • Brian Savage
        2022-05-13 09:30:44
        Dear Graça,

        If you would like I would be happy to take a look at them. Send them to me directly.

        Also send the input commands and the output you are getting.

        Thanks,
        Brian Savage





        On May 13, 2022, at 9:14 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

        Dear Rob,

        Many thanks for your e-mail.
        Both sac-102.0-mac (compiled version) and sac-102.0 source code, which I compiled in my M1 platform are working fine.
        The library libsacio.a that I compiled myself from SAC source code also works fine with the personal codes in Fortran I have.

        The only issue I’m still facing is the SAC files portability. The SAC files I generate locally work well.
        However, the ones I have generated in the macOS 10.14.16 are impossible to read.
        I obtain error 1301 which reminds me about little endian versus big endian.
        I tried to apply the sacswap locally as well as on the machine where they were produced and nothing seems to work.

        I also tried sactosac (Bristol SAC) withou sucess.


        Best

        Graça


        On 10 May 2022, at 16:20, Robert Casey <rob<at>iris.washington.edu <rob<at>iris.washington.edu>> wrote:


        Hi Maria-

        For what it's worth, I am able to get the sac-102.0-mac bundle to run just fine on my M1 Mac (Monterey). Since I don't really use the tool, I did little more than read in a SAC file and do a plot1 to the screen. I and others will be interested to know if you run into specific issues running on the M1 platform. The Mac has a built in interpreter that will attempt to translate Intel code to ARM64 while running, at the slight cost of performance.
        I have not attempted to build SAC 102.0 from source on the M1.

        -Rob


        On May 1, 2022, at 10:37 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu>> wrote:

        Hello,

        I have a new iMAC with MacOS Monterey M1.
        Does someone know if the SAC 102.0 version is compatible with it?
        I have SAC 101.6a, in another machine, which is perfectly running in macOS Mojave version 10.14.6.
        Also, I need to compile other fortran and C codes with libsacio.a.


        Many thanks

        Graça Silveira

        Professor Coordenador/Investigador
        Departamento de Física
        Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
        Rua Conselheiro Emidio Navarro,1
        1959-007 Lisbon
        Portugal
        &
        Instituto Dom Luiz IDL
        Edif. C8, FCUL, Campo Grande
        1749-016 LISBOA
        Portugal
        Email: mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt <mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>
        Tel.: +351.217500812
        Fax: +351.217500977








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      • Maria Silveira
        2022-05-18 09:21:55
        Dear Rob,

        Everything is now working. My problems with the SAC were related to the new security "rules" on the new macOS.

        Now, both pre-compiled and locally compiled SAC 102.0 versions work.
        I can compile personal Fortran and C codes with the libsacio.a compiled in my machine.
        I can read all SAC files.

        So, from my side, this issue is closed. If I can be of any help to someone, please let me know.

        Best regards
        Graça


        Professora Coordenadora/Investigadora
        Departamento de Física
        Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
        Rua Conselheiro Emidio Navarro,1
        1959-007 Lisbon
        Portugal
        &
        Instituto Dom Luiz IDL
        Edif. C8, FCUL, Campo Grande
        1749-016 LISBOA
        Portugal
        Email: mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt<mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>
        Tel.: +351.217500812
        Fax: +351.217500977



        On 13 May 2022, at 14:12, Graça Silveira <mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt<mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>> wrote:

        Dear Rob,

        Many thanks for your e-mail.
        Both sac-102.0-mac (compiled version) and sac-102.0 source code, which I compiled in my M1 platform are working fine.
        The library libsacio.a that I compiled myself from SAC source code also works fine with the personal codes in Fortran I have.

        The only issue I’m still facing is the SAC files portability. The SAC files I generate locally work well.
        However, the ones I have generated in the macOS 10.14.16 are impossible to read.
        I obtain error 1301 which reminds me about little endian versus big endian.
        I tried to apply the sacswap locally as well as on the machine where they were produced and nothing seems to work.

        I also tried sactosac (Bristol SAC) withou sucess.


        Best

        Graça


        On 10 May 2022, at 16:20, Robert Casey <rob<at>iris.washington.edu<rob<at>iris.washington.edu>> wrote:


        Hi Maria-

        For what it's worth, I am able to get the sac-102.0-mac bundle to run just fine on my M1 Mac (Monterey). Since I don't really use the tool, I did little more than read in a SAC file and do a plot1 to the screen. I and others will be interested to know if you run into specific issues running on the M1 platform. The Mac has a built in interpreter that will attempt to translate Intel code to ARM64 while running, at the slight cost of performance.
        I have not attempted to build SAC 102.0 from source on the M1.

        -Rob


        On May 1, 2022, at 10:37 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu<sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu>> wrote:

        Hello,

        I have a new iMAC with MacOS Monterey M1.
        Does someone know if the SAC 102.0 version is compatible with it?
        I have SAC 101.6a, in another machine, which is perfectly running in macOS Mojave version 10.14.6.
        Also, I need to compile other fortran and C codes with libsacio.a.


        Many thanks

        Graça Silveira

        Professor Coordenador/Investigador
        Departamento de Física
        Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
        Rua Conselheiro Emidio Navarro,1
        1959-007 Lisbon
        Portugal
        &
        Instituto Dom Luiz IDL
        Edif. C8, FCUL, Campo Grande
        1749-016 LISBOA
        Portugal
        Email: mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt<mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>
        Tel.: +351.217500812
        Fax: +351.217500977








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        • Arthur Snoke
          2022-05-18 08:59:08
          Graça

          I, and others, would appreciate your providing some details about the "new
          security 'rules' on the new macOS" that caused you problems.

          I just upgraded my wife's iMac from 10.15.7 to one that came with 12.3.1, and
          although I have not (yet) tried to get SAC working on it, I have spent a lot of
          time dealing with the "new 'security 'rules'".

          I had gotten SAC to work on her old iMac as a test.  My personal computer is a
          2014 MacbookPro11,3 that Etrecheck tells me is "vintage hardware", and cannot be
          upgraded.  A couple of years ago I repleplaced the hard drive and it is working
          fine--but slower than the new iMac.

          Arthur

          On 5/18/22 5:23 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) wrote:
          Dear Rob,

          Everything is now working. My problems with the SAC were related to the new
          security "rules" on the new macOS.

          Now, both pre-compiled and locally compiled SAC 102.0 versions work.
          I can compile personal Fortran and C codes with the libsacio.a compiled in my
          machine.
          I can read all SAC files.

          So, from my side, this issue is closed. If I can be of any help to someone,
          please let me know.

          Best regards
          Graça




          • Maria Silveira
            2022-05-18 13:39:28
            Hello,

            In fact, the issue concerns Dropbox himself, which I use a lot and that was useful while I was waiting for the adaptor USB to USB-C.
            My new iMAC only has USC-C.

            Today I found that information on this topic.
            https://help.dropbox.com/installs-integrations/desktop/macos-12-monterey-support
            So, when sharing a folder having a set of stations and multiple files it may be boring.

            I have now my adaptors, so all is fine.

            Best
            Graça

            Professora Coordenadora/Investigadora
            Departamento de Física
            Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
            Rua Conselheiro Emidio Navarro,1
            1959-007 Lisbon
            Portugal
            &
            Instituto Dom Luiz IDL
            Edif. C8, FCUL, Campo Grande
            1749-016 LISBOA
            Portugal
            Email: mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt<mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>
            Tel.: +351.217500812
            Fax: +351.217500977



            On 18 May 2022, at 14:00, Arthur Snoke (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu<sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu>> wrote:

            Graça

            I, and others, would appreciate your providing some details about the "new
            security 'rules' on the new macOS" that caused you problems.

            I just upgraded my wife's iMac from 10.15.7 to one that came with 12.3.1, and
            although I have not (yet) tried to get SAC working on it, I have spent a lot of
            time dealing with the "new 'security 'rules'".

            I had gotten SAC to work on her old iMac as a test. My personal computer is a
            2014 MacbookPro11,3 that Etrecheck tells me is "vintage hardware", and cannot be
            upgraded. A couple of years ago I repleplaced the hard drive and it is working
            fine--but slower than the new iMac.

            Arthur

            On 5/18/22 5:23 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) wrote:
            Dear Rob,

            Everything is now working. My problems with the SAC were related to the new
            security "rules" on the new macOS.

            Now, both pre-compiled and locally compiled SAC 102.0 versions work.
            I can compile personal Fortran and C codes with the libsacio.a compiled in my
            machine.
            I can read all SAC files.

            So, from my side, this issue is closed. If I can be of any help to someone,
            please let me know.

            Best regards
            Graça




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            • Rob Casey
              2022-05-18 08:01:11

              I am glad that you have things in working order, Graça. These new M1 machines are nice, but do introduce some complications to sustaining use of current tools.

              -Rob


              On May 18, 2022, at 6:41 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

              Hello,

              In fact, the issue concerns Dropbox himself, which I use a lot and that was useful while I was waiting for the adaptor USB to USB-C.
              My new iMAC only has USC-C.

              Today I found that information on this topic.
              https://help.dropbox.com/installs-integrations/desktop/macos-12-monterey-support
              So, when sharing a folder having a set of stations and multiple files it may be boring.

              I have now my adaptors, so all is fine.

              Best
              Graça

              Professora Coordenadora/Investigadora
              Departamento de Física
              Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa
              Rua Conselheiro Emidio Navarro,1
              1959-007 Lisbon
              Portugal
              &
              Instituto Dom Luiz IDL
              Edif. C8, FCUL, Campo Grande
              1749-016 LISBOA
              Portugal
              Email: mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt <mdsilveira<at>fc.ul.pt>
              Tel.: +351.217500812
              Fax: +351.217500977



              On 18 May 2022, at 14:00, Arthur Snoke (via IRIS) <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu <sac-help-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu>> wrote:

              Graça

              I, and others, would appreciate your providing some details about the "new
              security 'rules' on the new macOS" that caused you problems.

              I just upgraded my wife's iMac from 10.15.7 to one that came with 12.3.1, and
              although I have not (yet) tried to get SAC working on it, I have spent a lot of
              time dealing with the "new 'security 'rules'".

              I had gotten SAC to work on her old iMac as a test. My personal computer is a
              2014 MacbookPro11,3 that Etrecheck tells me is "vintage hardware", and cannot be
              upgraded. A couple of years ago I repleplaced the hard drive and it is working
              fine--but slower than the new iMac.

              Arthur

              On 5/18/22 5:23 AM, Maria Silveira (via IRIS) wrote:
              Dear Rob,

              Everything is now working. My problems with the SAC were related to the new
              security "rules" on the new macOS.

              Now, both pre-compiled and locally compiled SAC 102.0 versions work.
              I can compile personal Fortran and C codes with the libsacio.a compiled in my
              machine.
              I can read all SAC files.

              So, from my side, this issue is closed. If I can be of any help to someone,
              please let me know.

              Best regards
              Graça




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