[CM] Grace and Fomus on F 14

Heinrich Taube taube at uiuc.edu
Thu Mar 17 13:36:33 PDT 2011

i just tested fomus 0.1.15 in all the betas I can (osx win32 and  
ubuntu) using the complex "prime harmonics" example at the end of the  
example file you get by selecting:

the example ran eveywhere (really fast on osx and ubuntu!), although  
on ubuntu i did not get the pdf viewer opening automatically with the  
computed score.

so im not sure what the issue on your fedora, are you using the fedora  
beta1 i made today?

On Mar 17, 2011, at 1:08 PM, Bill Sack wrote:

> i built fomus 1.15 here too and got the same crash when trying the
> example. i wonder if this has something to do with the version of
> boost that's packaged for f14?
> looks like 1.39 on f 12
> and 1.44 on f14
> maybe i'll try a locally downgraded version of boost and see what  
> happens.
>> do i need to do something about the lock file or not? maybe i could  
>> disable
>> this on linux , but running two version of grace probably isnt a  
>> good idea
>> as they will both write to the preference file...
> would it be hard to have a message echoed to the shell if there's a
> permission issue or some other conflict with the lockfile?
>> On Mar 17, 2011, at 8:56 AM, Bill Sack wrote:
>>> hello again,
>>> i'm trying to get Fomus going with Grace on fedora 14. i've tried  
>>> the
>>> planetccrma packages (cm-grace and fomus), and i've tried a locally
>>> compiled version of fomus-1.12. In both cases the programs show up  
>>> in
>>> the Grace splash screen, but evaluating any of the examples crashes
>>> Grace with this error echoed:
>>> /usr/bin/Grace: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/fomus/lilyout.so:
>>> undefined symbol: _ZN5boost9iostreams22file_descriptor_sourceC1Eib
>>> i found an earlier message on this list from D. Phillips with the  
>>> same
>>> error report, though in his case the problem was apparently resolved
>>> with a reinstall - no such luck in my case.
>>> thanking you in advance,
>>> b
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