Salome crashes when importing MED file into post-pro
Salome crashes when importing MED file into post-proPosted by Rami Aref at March 25. 2007
On my first encounter with Salome I have managed to install v3.2.2 on Ubuntu Edgy using the Debian installer. So far so good; I have used the geometry and mesh modules and exported a MED file to Code_Aster with apparently no problems. On the other hand when using the post-processor and after importing the resulting MED file Salome crashes with the following output:
th. 3016915712 - Trace /dn22/SALOME/OCCtestE/KERNEL/DebianSarge/KERNEL_SRC/src/NamingService/SALOME_NamingService.cxx  : Change_Directory() : FactoryServer (dir) not found
th. 3016915712 - Trace /dn22/SALOME/OCCtestE/KERNEL/DebianSarge/KERNEL_SRC/src/Container/Component_i.cxx  : Default Constructor...
SALOME_Session_Server: symbol lookup error: /home/rami/salome_3.2.2/VISU_3.2.2/lib/salome/libVISUEngineImpl.so.0: undefined symbol: _ZN5boost7signals6detail11signal_baseC2ERKNS_9function2IbNS_3anyES4_SaINS_13function_baseEEEE
I thought my problem was similar to the one posted in this thread
libboost-signals1.33.1 and changed the links in /salome_3.2.2/boost-1.32.0/lib to the newer libboost-signals files in /usr/lib/ but that didn't work. Any ideas?
Re: Salome crashes when importing MED file into post-proPosted by francesco fantoni at March 25. 2007i have exactly the same problem. i couldn't fix it yet.
any help would be welcome.
i hope there will be some sort of support for ubuntu in the next future.
by the way, what happened to aster module in salome?
Re: Salome crashes when importing MED file into post-proPosted by Rami Aref at March 25. 2007Hi there,
I tried it with version 3.2.1 that I installed using the Debian package and with same install options that I used with version 3.2.2 earlier (binary installs for all the packages/dependencies except gcc: use native) , and it works! I imported some of the sample MED files and visualized the data and there seems to be no trouble. I would like to know though what causes the post-pro to crash in version 3.2.2.