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by gnwiii » Thu Jan 05, 2023 5:41 pm America/New_York
omshrimp143 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 05, 2023 8:59 am America/New_York
I'm new to the SeaDAS software and I want to know how to download my processors, without using complicated words. The information I obtained in this platform are hard for me to understand. Thank you
Experience with introductory workshops for SeaDAS and OCSSW together with theory lectures showed us that it is important to spend time learning some basic linux/macOS terminal command-line tools. Both linux and macOS command-line tools follow POSIX standards, so you can choose from many good introductory tutorials such as https://linuxcommand.org. Many tutorials are available for languages other than English. POSIX does use English words, often abbreviated to save typing, for many commands.