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Old 01-06-2003, 08:11 AM   #16
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Here's the content of /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin

Code:
[faeroon@localhost bin]$ dir
attrGen               filePaste.bin  interlace.bin       plug-ins
blur2d                fileStats      launchNetscapeHelp  Render
blur2d.bin            fileStats.bin  maya                toimg
delace                imconvert      Maya4.5             toimg.bin
delace.bin            imgcvt         maya.bin            toxpm
dispatch_maya_render  imgcvt.bin     mayaClockServer     translate
fcheck                imgdiff        mayald              wrl2ma
fcheck.bin            imgdiff.bin    mayaServerTest      xunmapwindow
filePaste             interlace      newclass
[faeroon@localhost bin]$
And here's the updated ldd:

Code:
[faeroon@localhost bin]$ ldd /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya.bin
        libMaya.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libMaya.so (0x40032000)
        libKinSlice.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libKinSlice.so (0x40063000)
        libAnimSlice.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libAnimSlice.so (0x4016d000)
        libTranslators.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libTranslators.so (0x40352000)
        libProjectSlice.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libProjectSlice.so (0x403f8000)
        libSharedUI.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libSharedUI.so (0x40419000)
        libShared.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libShared.so (0x40803000)
        libPoly.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libPoly.so (0x40cd9000)
        libPolyEngine.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libPolyEngine.so (0x40daa000)
        libRenderModel.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libRenderModel.so (0x40feb000)
        libNurbs.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libNurbs.so (0x41626000)
        libDataModel.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libDataModel.so (0x4176a000)
        lib3dGraphics.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/lib3dGraphics.so (0x41caf000)
        libImage.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libImage.so (0x41d41000)
        libAnimEngine.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libAnimEngine.so (0x41d8b000)
        libNurbsEngine.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libNurbsEngine.so (0x41e08000)
        libGeometryEngine.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libGeometryEngine.so (0x42001000)
        libExtensionLayer.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libExtensionLayer.so (0x42355000)
        libDependEngine.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libDependEngine.so (0x42743000)
        libCommandEngine.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libCommandEngine.so (0x4293b000)
        libFoundation.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libFoundation.so (0x42a15000)
        libLinux.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libLinux.so (0x43093000)
        libStringCatalog.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libStringCatalog.so (0x430a5000)
        libversion.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libversion.so (0x430a7000)
        libGL.so.1 => /usr/lib/libGL.so.1 (0x430a9000)
        libGLU.so.1 => /usr/lib/libGLU.so.1 (0x43116000)
        libX11.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libX11.so.6 (0x43191000)
        libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3 => /usr/lib/libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3 (0x43266000)
        libm.so.6 => /lib/i686/libm.so.6 (0x432a9000)
        libc.so.6 => /lib/i686/libc.so.6 (0x432cb000)
        libXm.so.2 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXm.so.2 (0x43400000)
        libXt.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXt.so.6 (0x4359c000)
        libXp.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXp.so.6 (0x435e8000)
        libXmu.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXmu.so.6 (0x435ef000)
        libpthread.so.0 => /lib/i686/libpthread.so.0 (0x43604000)
        libXpm.so.4 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXpm.so.4 (0x43618000)
        libXi.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXi.so.6 (0x43628000)
        libImf.so => /usr/aw/maya4.5/lib/libImf.so (0x43630000)
        libdl.so.2 => /lib/libdl.so.2 (0x436cf000)
        libXext.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libXext.so.6 (0x436d2000)
        /lib/ld-linux.so.2 => /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0x40000000)
        libSM.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libSM.so.6 (0x436df000)
        libICE.so.6 => /usr/X11R6/lib/libICE.so.6 (0x436e8000)
[faeroon@localhost bin]$
PS: Can someone tell me how I up the resolution of my
desktop? Somehow the RH7.3 install only gave me 1024x768 as maximum, RH8 gave me the real max (1600x1200)
Everything's so...big

Last edited by Faeroon; 01-06-2003 at 08:14 AM.
 
Old 01-06-2003, 08:18 AM   #17
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These 3 files:
maya.bin
maya
Maya4.5
Are they binaries?

file filename should tell you what they are.

Anyway, I think you should try:
ldd /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya (not .bin)

If it's an executable (which since that's what you ran in the first place, I'd assume so).

Oh, and mayald, I wonder if that's a lib updater??? ./mayald (and see if it returns something good).

2 more ideas, then I think I'm spent and hopefully David and moses (the 2 real experts, I'm just filling in ) can easily take you through to the end.

Show us:
echo $PATH
To make sure the ldd /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin directory is in your PATH.

Damn, now I can't remember my second thing... Ok, well give those a try (worth a shot anyway).

Cool
 
Old 01-06-2003, 08:21 AM   #18
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Quote:
Originally posted by Faeroon
PS: Can someone tell me how I up the resolution of my
desktop? Somehow the RH7.3 install only gave me 1024x768 as maximum, RH8 gave me the real max (1600x1200)
Everything's so...big
So you want 1600x1200? Try this first as it would be the easiest *quick* way:
CTRL ALT and the +/- keys

Cool
 
Old 01-06-2003, 08:28 AM   #19
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Ok, here ya go:

Tried this:
Code:
[faeroon@localhost bin]$ ldd /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya
        not a dynamic executable
Hm... strange... maya.bin is DEFINITELY inside the directory?
After that:
[code]
[faeroon@localhost bin]$ ./mayald
c++: /usr/aw/maya4.0/lib: No such file or directory
[code]
Wtf?? Why is he searching for the old 4.0 directory?
Some sort of wrong link? Not from me - never installed 4.0
There IS a maya directory
Code:
[faeroon@localhost aw]$ dir
COM  COM2  maya  maya4.5
but what that is, i don't know :-/

At last:
Code:
[faeroon@localhost bin]$ echo $PATH
/usr/kerberos/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin:/usr/local/bin:/home/faeroon/bin
[faeroon@localhost bin]$
Hm...ok.. how do I get the path into the $PATH var?


Damn...sorry for all this... :-/

PS: For the resolution thing:
Seems that the driver that 7.3 got for my screen (siemens mcm21p1)
are only from 640x480 - 1024x768 (if i use CTRL+ALT +/- it jumps from 1024 to 800 or 640, no matter what I do )

Last edited by Faeroon; 01-06-2003 at 08:30 AM.
 
Old 01-06-2003, 08:29 AM   #20
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The long lasting way (there's probably a specific RH way of doing, maybe Xconfigurator, but here's a non-specific way):
Open up your /etc/X11/XF86Config-4 file and locate the portion dealing with resolutions (you'll see the entries: 1024x768, 600x800 and so on) find the default color depth entry (which should be stated at the beginning of the section where you find the resolutions) and edit it to have the 1600x1200 as the first entry (this probably means you'll need to reverse the order the displays are listed in).

Cool
 
Old 01-06-2003, 08:34 AM   #21
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Ok thx
Gonna try that..
but first this maya shit...
*grbmlrbmlbmlb swears loud*
 
Old 01-06-2003, 08:47 AM   #22
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Honestly I have no clue how to edit your PATH, it doesn't seem to be the same distro to distro, and my generic way sometimes seems to jack things up... Usually I will say:
locate the entry in /etc/profile for your PATH. Add the new entry into that line, and it should add to your PATH.

But this seems to jack up some distro's PATH's. Here's another idea from a Mandrake how-to:
Make a file in /etc/profile.d called maya.sh (as root) then open up that new file and:
maya_home=/usr/aw/maya4.5
export maya_home
PATH=$PATH:maya_home/bin
export PATH

Then save this new file. Make it executable:
chmod +x /etc/profile.d/maya.sh

And then logout and back in.

I'd think that'd work...

Cool
 
Old 01-06-2003, 11:34 AM   #23
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Do the following:

Code:
file /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya
my guess is that this will turn out to be a shell script of some sort.
If that's the case, it's probably a wrapper for the actual binary
executable.
*IF* it is a shell script, and it's relatively short, post its contents.

Also, what file type is Maya4.5?
 
Old 01-06-2003, 01:35 PM   #24
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Hi all...

I'm back...finally...

What a day... I've installed RH7.3 side by side with RH8
and that somehow screwed up my bootloader - at the end
I've deleted everything and installed R7.3 again...
I don't know how often I did install Linux in the past 2 weeks...
20 times? 30.... damn...

The system runs smoothly (only that, if I copy something from a cd
to hd the systems goes REAL SLOW and I can't do anything else? Why? Any ideas?) but the maya error's still there...

I'm no again at the same state as my last posting - the libs are
being found by maya, but still there's this error 6 and ...I'm out of ideas.
If this is not going to be solved in the next 24hours it's "bye bye Linux"

I'm going to try this $PATH thing in a few minutes, but here's what
I've got with file /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya

Code:
[faeroon@localhost faeroon]$ file /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya
/usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya: symbolic link to Maya4.5
Hope you're still with me
 
Old 01-06-2003, 02:49 PM   #25
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Ok,
What kind of file is Maya4.5?
If it's a binary executable, run
Code:
ldd /path/to/Maya4.5
If it's a shell script, and isn't too long, post it.

(side note: Reinstalling the OS will almost never solve your
problems, you'll just have to go back through solving whatever
probs. you had up to the point of reinstallation.)
Your CD copy problem probably has to do with the parameters
of the hard drive not being set to take advantage of its
capabilities, search this site for hdparm.
 
Old 01-06-2003, 02:59 PM   #26
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Maya4.5 is a C shell script text executable
Here's the content of this file:

Code:
#!/bin/csh -f
#Tag 0x00C98a00
#*
#*+***********************************************************************
#*
#*  Module:
#*	maya
#*
#*  Copyright (c) 1996-2001 by Alias|Wavefront, Inc., and Alias|Wavefront,
#*  a division of Silicon Graphics Canada Ltd.  All rights reserved.
#*
#*-***********************************************************************
#*

set maya_exec = maya.bin


#
#  Determine if launched from the desktop or a shell.  This will tell
#  us how to display error messages later.
#

set tty = 1

set OSname = `/bin/uname -s`
switch ("$OSname")
	case Linux:
		set lib = lib
		set lsFlags = '-l'
		breaksw

	case IRIX*:
		set lib = lib32
		set libn32 = 1
		set lsFlags = '-Hl'
		if ( -x /bin/tty ) then
			if ( "`tty`" !~ /dev/* ) then
				set tty = 0
			endif
		endif

		set OSversion = `/bin/uname -r`
		switch ( "$OSversion")
			case 5.3:
			case 6.[234]:
				set errMsg = "This version of Maya will not run on Irix Operating Systems prior to 6.5"
				if ( $tty == 1 ) then
					echo "$errMsg"
				else
					xconfirm -c -t "$errMsg" -icon warning>&/dev/null
				endif
				exit 1
				breaksw

			case 6.5:
				# this is ok
			default:
				# let this go without an error also.  There is no 6.6 yet, but
				# there might be someday and it should run Irix 6.5 binaries.
				breaksw
		endsw
		breaksw

	default:
		echo "Maya is not supported on $OSname."
		exit 1
		breaksw
endsw

#
#	Parse the argument list
#

set	mayaArgs = ""
set mayaApp = ""
set debuggerArgs = ""

while ( $#argv > 0 )
    switch ( "$1" )
    case -data:
		# This is a supported maya flag which we have to differentiate from -d.
		set mayaArgs = "${mayaArgs} '$1'"
	breaksw

	#
	# Check to see if we should launch under a debugger
	#
    case -d:
		if ( $#argv <= 1 ) then
			if ( $tty == 1 ) then
				echo "No debugger specified."
			else
				xconfirm -c -t "No debugger specified." -icon warning>&/dev/null
			endif
			exit 1
		endif
		shift
		set dbgApp = $1
	breaksw

    case -default:
		set mayaArgs = "${mayaArgs} '$1'"
	breaksw

    case -dbgArg:
		shift
		set debuggerArgs = "${debuggerArgs} '$1'"
	breaksw

    case -d*:
		set dbgApp = `echo $1 | cut -c3-`
	breaksw

    case -lic=*:
		if ( ! $?MAYA_LICENSE ) setenv MAYA_LICENSE
		setenv MAYA_LICENSE "${MAYA_LICENSE}`echo $1 | cut -c6-`"
	breaksw

    default:
		# See if the user specified an executable
		set mayaSpecified = `expr "$1" : '.*\(maya\.bin\).*' \| ''`
		if ($mayaSpecified == "maya.bin") then
			set mayaApp = $1
		else
			set mayaArgs = "${mayaArgs} '$1'"
		endif

    endsw

    shift
end


#
#  If the MAYA_LOCATION is set, use it.  Otherwise, determine it.
#

if ( $?MAYA_LOCATION ) then
    if ( -x "${MAYA_LOCATION}/bin/${maya_exec}" ) then
		set maya = "${MAYA_LOCATION}/bin/${maya_exec}"
    else
		unsetenv MAYA_LOCATION
    endif
endif


#
#  Need to determine where Maya resides based on how this shell was
#  invoked.  Determine full pathname, follow soft link, and extract
#  directory.  If "maya" is not in a "bin" directory, bail.
#

if ( ! $?MAYA_LOCATION ) then
    #
    #  Create the full pathname of the invoked binary.
    #

    if ( "$0" =~ /* ) then
		set me = "$0"
    else
		set me = `pwd`/$0
    endif


    #
    #  If it's a link, find the actual file.
    #

    while ( -l "$me" )
		set linkdirname = `dirname "$me"`
		set me = `/bin/ls $lsFlags "$me" | tr ' ' '\012' | tail -1`
		if ( "$me" !~ /* ) then
			set me = "$linkdirname/$me"
		endif
    end


    #
    #  Binary should be in $MAYA_LOCATION/bin.  Verify that.
    #

    set bindir = `dirname "$me"`
    if ( -d "$bindir" ) then
		set bindir = `cd "$bindir"; echo $cwd`
    endif
    set binfile = `basename "$bindir"`
    if ( "$binfile" =~ "bin" ) then
		# We cannot call setenv directly if there are spaces in the Path.
		# We must use a temp variable.
		set maya_loc = `dirname "$bindir"`
		setenv MAYA_LOCATION "$maya_loc"
		if ( -x "${MAYA_LOCATION}/bin/${maya_exec}" ) then
			set maya = "${MAYA_LOCATION}/bin/${maya_exec}"
		else
			unsetenv MAYA_LOCATION
		endif
    endif
endif


#
#  This allows Maya to save SGI format image files with matte.

setenv WF_IMF_SGI_MATTE

#
#	101914: color correction needed for Cineon files.

setenv WF_IMF_CIN_CORRECTION both
setenv WF_IMF_CIN_WHITE_POINT 685

# Determine the location of the A|W Common Utilties
# 
# - If AW_COMMON is set and the directory does not exist, unset AW_COMMON.
# - If AW_COMMON not set and MAYA_LOCATION is set and exists, then set
#   AW_COMMON relative to MAYA_LOCATION
# - if AW_COMMON is still not set, then use the default location

if ( $?AW_COMMON ) then
	if ( ! -d "${AW_COMMON}/COM/bin" ) then
		echo "Warning: Invalid AW_COMMON location (${AW_COMMON}), redefining"
		unsetenv AW_COMMON
	endif
endif

if ( ! $?AW_COMMON && $?MAYA_LOCATION) then
	if (-d "$MAYA_LOCATION/../COM/bin") then
		setenv AW_COMMON "$MAYA_LOCATION/.."
	endif
endif

if ( ! $?AW_COMMON) then
	setenv AW_COMMON /usr/aw
endif

#
# Set up the location of the DSO's and run
#

if ( $?MAYA_LOCATION ) then
    if ( $?libn32 && $?LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH ) then
        setenv  LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH  "$MAYA_LOCATION/lib:${AW_COMMON}/COM/${lib}:$LD_LIBRARYN32_PATH"
    else if ( $?LD_LIBRARY_PATH ) then
        setenv  LD_LIBRARY_PATH     "$MAYA_LOCATION/lib:${AW_COMMON}/COM/${lib}:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH"
    else
        setenv  LD_LIBRARY_PATH     "$MAYA_LOCATION/lib:${AW_COMMON}/COM/${lib}"
    endif

    if ( $?NLSPATH ) then
        if ( ! -r $NLSPATH ) then
            setenv NLSPATH "$MAYA_LOCATION/app-defaults/MayaCatalog"
        endif
    else
        setenv NLSPATH "$MAYA_LOCATION/app-defaults/MayaCatalog"
    endif

	if ("$mayaApp" != "") set maya = "${mayaApp}"

    if ( -x "$maya" ) then
		if ( $?dbgApp ) then
			#echo "debugging: ${maya}"
			setenv AW_DEBUGGING F
			setenv MAYA_DEBUG_NO_SIGNAL_HANDLERS 1
			if ( "${mayaArgs}" !~ "" ) then
				echo "Executing: ${dbgApp} ${debuggerArgs} ${maya}"
				echo "Maya args: ${mayaArgs}"
			endif
			eval "${dbgApp}" ${debuggerArgs} ${maya}
			exit $status
		else
			#echo "running: ${maya}"
			set noSpaceMaya = `echo $maya | sed -e 's/ /\\ /g'`
			eval $noSpaceMaya ${mayaArgs}
			exit $status
		endif
    endif
endif

if ( ! $?maya ) set maya = "${maya_exec}"

if ( $tty == 1 ) then
    echo The Maya executable \(\`${maya}\'\) cannot be found
else
    xconfirm -c -t "The Maya executable \(\`${maya}\'\) cannot be found" \
	    -icon warning >&/dev/null
endif
exit 1
 
Old 01-06-2003, 03:55 PM   #27
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Ok.
First make sure you have the license in the correct/expected
place, or use the "-lic" option to specify where the license file is
located.
maya allows debug options, I'd try that next. Do you have the
manual? It should tell you which debuggers will work with Maya.
try:
Code:
maya -d gdb
If you want to use a graphical debugger, get the graphical
frontend to gdb, ddd http://www.gnu.org/software/ddd/
and run
Code:
maya -d ddd
 
Old 01-06-2003, 04:23 PM   #28
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You'll almost certainly get an error by running:
Code:
/usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya.bin
but try it and post the error message.

Also, do you have a web site that you can post the full up strace?
 
Old 01-06-2003, 04:32 PM   #29
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Hey moses, you're right!!!
There it is!
The (in)famous SEGMENTATION FAULT!!

Code:
[faeroon@localhost faeroon]$ /usr/aw/maya4.5/bin/maya.bin
Segmentation fault
And yes, I've got webspace, I'll up the strace right away, give me 2mins
 
Old 01-06-2003, 04:41 PM   #30
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Here's the full strace log:

Click here for the txt file

Hope it helps, because I've never debugged a program
before and honestly , I think I wouldn't see the error
if its red and blinking
The text looks like total chaos...hope I've saved it the right way

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