I have a 32 bit linux system to process MODIS raw data. Are also available those updated files for this kind of system?
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We are planning a beta release of SeaDAS 8 soon. With that release, the updated SDPTK library will be included. That library includes the ephtobin code that converts the planetary ephemeris file from ASCII to the binary format required by the MODIS geolocation code. You will have to compile and run this code locally to generate a 32bit compatible de200.eos file.
I will look forward to get any further news about this topic