Let's start off by making a sandbox to piddle in (if you haven't already):
$ cd sandbox

Now, let's go find all of the data associated with a particular star. In a separate window, let's go to the data subdirectory:
$ cd /mnt/hgfs/D/projects_aux/ptidata
and let's look for a well-behaved star, say, eta Boo:
$ ./checkforstar.batx HDC121370
and you should see all the data files associated with this object:
100/100100.sum:15
100/100119.sum:10
100/100123.sum:40
100/100125.sum:10
100/100135.sum:15
100/100151.sum:15
100/100164.sum:20
100/100166.sum:15
100/100182.sum:10
101/101075.sum:10
101/101076.sum:25
101/101077.sum:15
101/101078.sum:15
101/101081.sum:5
101/101082.sum:10
101/101083.sum:10
103/103118.sum:15
105/105093.sum:30
105/105095.sum:30

Back in your original window, let's copy a few of these files to your sandbox:
sandbox$ cp /mnt/hgfs/D/projects_aux/ptidata/100/100100.sum .
etc. etc. for as many of the files above you'd like. Try, say, 5.

Using this calibration script:

You should be able to run wbCalib to output calibrated data out:
$ wbCalib HDC121370-example.cs  *.sum
To capture that, redirect to a file:
$ wbCalib HDC121370-example.cs  *.sum > HDC121370.wbOut