plotting from octave: address space already occupied, fork aborts
Thu Sep 15 04:35:00 GMT 2011
On 9/15/2011 4:28 AM, Paul wrote:
> Marco atzeri<marco.atzeri<at> gmail.com> writes:
>> On 9/14/2011 5:33 PM, Paul wrote:
>>> Marco atzeri<marco.atzeri<at> gmail.com> writes:
>>>> The right command should be:
>>>> $ rebaseall -s 'dll|so|oct'
>>> Thanks again, Marco. Unfortunately, still no joy after redoing you
>>> rebaseall& peflagsall statements and rebooting.
>> I suspect your Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit is using more space
>> than rebaseall and cygwin expects.
>> After the plot error could you check the octave PID with
>> ps and attach a copy of
>> file ?
>> It should give us an idea of unavailable address space on your system
>> due to the MS system and other programs dll's.
> I made a mistake, it's actually Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit.
> The workplace has an atmosphere of vigilence toward sharing info about
> work related assets in the open. I will try to duplicate the problem
> at home and post the specified details.
> <...some time later...>
> Unfortunately, duplicating it at home is a no-go. I am running into a
> different problem between octave and gnuplot on Windows 7 Professional
> 64-bit. The problem seems to be accurately captured by someone else's
> account http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?33291 .
that problem should be solved using a cygwin snapshot dll
instead of 1.7.9-1 one.
I should look in all the bug reports reporting cygwin as "OS", thank
for the link.
> I'm going to treat octave as a strictly nongraphical application for
> the time being.
you can try to use the fltk plotting interface instead of gnuplot
Be aware that the octave "print" command does not work with fltk,
but you should be able to make a windows "print screen copy".
> Thanks again.
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