[osg-users] osgdem segmentation fault

J.P. Delport jpdelport at csir.co.za
Wed Sep 17 23:33:41 PDT 2008


I've had some problems on Debian Lenny with gcc 4.3 and optimisations. I 
faintly remember an unexplained osgdem segfault as well. I'm not sure 
what version of gcc you have installed, but try with another version or 
other optim settings.


benben wrote:
> Robert Osfield wrote:
>> Hi Ben,
>> I'm afraid there is waaaay too little info about your setup to provide
>> any real guidance.  VPB should just compile against an installed OSG
>> without need for configuration.
>> You don't mention which VPB or OSG version your are using, you also
>> make no mention of the platform or compilers.  All this is important
>> to understanding what might go wrong and how to fix it.
> Sorry for the lack of information. The OSG version is 2.2 and the VPB 
> version is 0.9.1. I am running a Ubuntu Linux 8.04 64bit on an Intel 
> platform, if this is also relevant.
> The osg installation is straight from the Ubuntu package repository 
> (binary install, as opposed to local rebuild).
> For building the VPB I added an extra line to the CMakeLists.txt
>     SET(GDAL_INCLUDE_DIR /usr/include/gdal)
> so osgdem can be compiled.
> I followed the standard
>    ./configure
>    make
>    sudo make install
> Everything seemed to be ok. For some reason my OS does not put 64bit 
> libraries in /usr/local/lib64, where the VPB libraries are, so I
>    export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/lib64
> This stops the "cannot find shared object" error from the loader.
> And on executing
>    osgdem
> with no arguments, it simply quits with a segmentation fault error.
> I also followed the VPB tutorial at
> http://www.openscenegraph.org/projects/VirtualPlanetBuilder
> and despite the extra argument inputs I have the same error. So I reckon 
> I must have configured VPB wrong somehow.
> Is there anything I overlooked?
> Regards
> Ben
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