23 August 2020 at 0 h 07 min #17055antonio.8196Participant
Hi guys, I’ll try to be really detailed because i already posted a topic which was a bunch of amateur mistakes.
So, my first error was when i was generating the files at using CMake, my problem was that although i downloaded Qt, it looks like that when the files were being downloaded an error happened and it closed the downloading. I couldn’t even find the gcc file inside Qt. I uninstalled Qt and deleted all the archives and reinstalled it. When the downloading was at 50% it appeared an error which said that 3 files (whose names i can not remember) weren’t able to be downloaded because the permission was denied. I just skipped the installation of those 3 files and i continued the download until it finished and i did all the following steps.
When i finished the CMake step, i realized that there were no BOOST_xxxxx files which appear when you end up the Configure step. Also, when i installed the PLUGIN_SOFAPYTHON and pressed configure, there were no errors but the PYTHON_XXXXX files (which appear in red) never showed up; however, there were no mistakes and i continued the build. (Did all of the Cmake_prefix_path thing)
I could compile everything when i wrote the ninja command, did the runSofa_test with no mistakes but every time that it launches it appears the window for 0.1 seconds and it closes.
When i see the terminal, appear a bunch of codes:
s/SofaTest/python' to sys.path [INFO] [SofaPython] Added '/home/klugerjaeger/My-SOFA/src/applications/plugins/SofaPython/python' to sys.path [WARNING] [PythonEnvironment] No python dir found in /home/klugerjaeger/My-SOFA/build [INFO] [PluginManager] Loaded plugin: /home/klugerjaeger/My-SOFA/build/lib/libSofaPython.so
I don’t know if that warning of Python enviroment is something related with the thing i explained about the PLUGIN_SOFAPYTHON.
It also appears something like this
########## SIG 6 - SIGABRT: usually caused by an abort() or assert() ########## -> /home/klugerjaeger/My-SOFA/build/lib/libSofaHelper.so.20.06.99(sofa::helper::BackTrace::dump()+0x23) [0x7feea364a6a3] -> /home/klugerjaeger/My-SOFA/build/lib/libSofaHelper.so.20.06.99(sofa::helper::BackTrace::sig(int)+0x1a2) [0x7feea364a9f2] -> /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(+0x3efd0) [0x7feea29d8fd0] -> /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(gsignal+0xc7) [0x7feea29d8f47] -> /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(abort+0x141) [0x7feea29da8b1]
And a bunch of similar codes like those
And Finally something like this
-> /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libglib-2.0.so.0(g_main_context_iteration+0x2c) [0x7fee9412c6dc] -> /home/klugerjaeger/Qt/5.13.2/gcc_64/lib/libQt5Core.so.5(QEventDispatcherGlib::processEvents(QFlags<QEventLoop::ProcessEventsFlag>)+0x5f) [0x7feea55bec7f] -> /home/klugerjaeger/Qt/5.13.2/gcc_64/lib/libQt5Core.so.5(QEventLoop::exec(QFlags<QEventLoop::ProcessEventsFlag>)+0x112) [0x7feea5565382] -> /home/klugerjaeger/Qt/5.13.2/gcc_64/lib/libQt5Core.so.5(QCoreApplication::exec()+0x80) [0x7feea556dd80] -> /home/klugerjaeger/My-SOFA/build/lib/libSofaGuiQt.so.20.06.99(sofa::gui::qt::RealGUI::mainLoop()+0x11f) [0x7feea25b4daf] -> /home/klugerjaeger/My-SOFA/build/lib/libSofaGuiCommon.so.20.06.99(sofa::gui::GUIManager::MainLoop(boost::intrusive_ptr<sofa::simulation::Node>, char const*)+0x35) [0x7feea65a7665] -> ./bin/runSofa(+0x12af9) [0x55ea8f461af9] -> /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xe7) [0x7feea29bbb97] -> ./bin/runSofa(+0x1427a) [0x55ea8f46327a] Aborted (core dumped)
So, i would love if you could help me. I’m using xubuntu 18.04 in a VirtualBox and i don’t know which version of SOFA i downloaded but it was the unstable version.
Thanks you so much in advance!! and i’m sorry for so many posts30 September 2020 at 22 h 47 min #17239HugoKeymaster
- SOFA Consortium
First of all, our apologies for the delay. We had not much time this last month. We will definitely strengthen our online support in the coming weeks.
Regarding your feedback:
– for Python, the plugin seems properly loaded:
[INFO] [PluginManager] Loaded plugin: /home/klugerjaeger/My-SOFA/build/lib/libSofaPython.so
– for the 2 exceptions when did they occurred? Was this when closing SOFA?
Otherwise, can you properly run your simulations?
PS: to know what is your version of SOFA, you can run
git login the source repo of SOFA
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