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Starting with Mountain Lion (OSX 10.8), Apple tightened the security control over applications that are not from Mac App Store and identified developers. Spot is among them. To make Spot run, users need to change the 'Security & Privacy' setting: Open Sy...
Spot uses a program from JPL's Horizons called ISPY to do this calculation. JPL updated the interfaces to their web facing services and we have not had the resources to patch Spot so it can automatically talk to Horizons. So, you will have to run ISPY you...
Mac OS 10.10 sees that a PowerPC executable is bundled in the MOPEX package and prevents the package from being run by clicking on the Application in a Finder window or the dock. You can still launch MOPEX from the command line using: /Applications...
Mac OS 10.10 sees that a PowerPC executable is bundled in the Spot package and prevents the package from being run by clicking on the Application in a Finder window or the dock. You can still launch Spot from the command line using: /Applications/Sp...
The red-shaded data are still proprietary. If they are your data, then log in and you should be able to download them. (If you need to create a new account in order to log in, you may have to interact with the Spitzer Helpdesk to get your new account tied...
Version 19.14 of Spitzer Pride does not include Leopard, and will disable existing Leopard installations. If you need Leopard to search the ROC, you can make it work by following these steps: 1. Remove Spot, Leopard and Spitzer-pride from your machine...
If you installed your own JRE and installed the SPOT 18.01 generic package, you still need to allow autoupdate to update Spot to version 19.10. At the same time, autoupdate server will try to update your JRE too. You can do one of the following: 1. ...
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE ARTICLE BEFORE UPGRADING SPOT/LEOPARD SPOT AND LEOPARD V19.14 REQUIRE JAVA 1.6 AND 1.7. THEY DO NOT WORK WITH VERSION 1.8. Having already installed Java 1.8 will not prevent Spot from working. If you are upgrading Spot from an ol...
We want to make you aware of an issue with Spot that affects solar system observation planning. A security update at JPL has broken Spot's ability to download the ephemeris file from Spot. When you enter a NAIF ID into the target pane in Spot, ask for the...
These instructions have been tested with Spot 19.14 on Windows 7 and 10. Spot needs Java 1.7 to run. You can download Java 1.7 (Java SE Development Kit 7u80) from https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/java-archive-downloads-javase7-52...
At this point we are unaware of any El Capitan-specific issues with Spot and Leopard, however the issues with previous versions of OSX remain. Please see the following articles for more information: Running Spot and Leopard on Yosemite (OS X 10.10) [ht...
PLEASE READ THIS ENTIRE ARTICLE BEFORE INSTALLING SPOT. ------------------------- SPOT REQUIRES JAVA VERSION 1.6 AND 1.7. IT DOES NOT WORK WITH VERSION 1.8. A clean High Sierra installation comes with Java 1.8. We advise you to install Java 6 and 7 befo...
Mac OS X Mavericks tightens the security control over applications that are not from Mac App Store and identified developers. Spot is among them. To make Spot run, users need to change the 'Security & Privacy' setting: * Open System Preferences * Cl...
SPOT REQUIRES JAVA VERSION 1.6 AND 1.7. IT DOES NOT WORK WITH VERSION 1.8. A clean Sierra installation comes with Java 1.8. We advise you to install Java 6 and 7 before installing Spot. Please see http://sohelp2.ipac.caltech.edu/support/index.php?/Knowled...
We suggest you see the KB article for OSX 10.9 Mavricks [http://sohelp2.ipac.caltech.edu/support/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/222/15/spot-for-mavericks-macosx-109] for important information. Please also see this article [http://sohelp2.ipac.cal...
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