All S-files and file names are identical
on the three platforms. To move many events (S-files) from one system to another,
make a COLLECT (section 12) on the original system and a SPLIT
(section 13) on the receiving system. As mentioned in
section 2.3, the SEISAN binary waveform files have different
internal structure if written on Sun, Linux, MacOSX or Windows, but this is
corrected for in the reading routine, so files can be copied directly.
GSE files can be copied directly since they are ASCII files.
SEED/MINISEED files can be used directly on all platforms.
2.5 Moving data between Sun, Linux, MacOSX and Windows
The only other files that are different are the
binary earth model files
IASP91_platform.TBL in the DAT directory (where
platform is either linux, macosx or windows). The platform is
included in the filename. The files cannot be moved, but are easily
regenerated with the IASP91 programs, see section
30 and 8.8 in
the Hypocenter manual.