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[Aeskulap-users] 0.2.1 crash

From: Bryson Borg
Subject: [Aeskulap-users] 0.2.1 crash
Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2007 03:47:34 -0400
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Looks like a low traffic list. :)

I downloaded and built the latest 0.2.1 release (./configure && make && sudo make install) on Ubuntu 6.0.6 LTS.
I had to manually copy a lot of the libraries to /usr/local/lib.

At startup, the program gives a series of complaints about image files it can't find (e.g.:

trying to load '/usr/local/share/aeskulap/images/filmholes-big-right.png'
trying to load '../pixmaps/filmholes-big-right.png'
trying to load '/usr/local/share/aeskulap/images/filmholes-big-left.png'
trying to load '../pixmaps/filmholes-big-left.png'
trying to load '/usr/local/share/aeskulap/images/filmholes-big-right.png'
trying to load '../pixmaps/filmholes-big-right.png'


However, I can get a window and can load a set of dicom images into it. Very nice. I can scroll nicely using the mouse button or the slider bars. But, if I mouseclick on an image the program segfaults. If I load it into gdb I get:

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
[Switching to Thread 46912582328336 (LWP 4051)]
0x00002aaaab2a9e13 in Gdk::Window::set_cursor ()
  from /usr/lib/

I will try compiling a newer version of libgdkmm and will report back if that fixes anything.

Thanks.  This is a nice start.


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