EGADS automated downloading software
EGADS: Extensible GPS Array Data System
EGADS is a community-based download program initially developed for the SCIGN project. EGADS is a Perl program used in conjunction with Sharc (see below) that automates the downloading and file naming of GPS data files from a remote GPS system.
See the UNAVCO summary on How to install EGADS & SHARC on a RedHat LINUX 7.3 system (pdf) for more details on software installation.
To check for the most recent version of Sharc, go to http://sourceforge.net/projects/sharc/.
EGADS requires 4 supporting modules in order to function properly:
Modules can also be downloaded individually (below). Note that there may be more recent versions for your specific OS version; most of the modules can be found in rpm format from rpmfind.net.
To install an rpm use the following command : rpm -Uvh ’rpm name’.
The following run_egads script can be placed in /home/egads and run from the cron:
Your crontab entry could look like the following:
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