[GRASS-user] RE: [GRASS-dev] g.list type=rast gives floating point
epatton at nrcan.gc.ca
Wed Oct 18 11:20:46 EDT 2006
This is very disturbing...g.list/g.mlist now *WORK*, with no 'floating point
exception' errors...but I haven't updated or reinstalled anything! This is
sounding more and more like some kind of kernel/library bug. I had similar
problems with r.in.xyz a long time ago where this glibc error kept coming
and going, but was never reproducible either by myself or others, which made
me think it was a library or kernel problem.
So I guess disregard this error.
From: Patton, Eric
To: Patton, Eric; ''grassuser at grass.itc.it' '
Cc: ''grass-dev at grass.itc.it ' '
Sent: 10/18/2006 10:25 AM
Subject: RE: [GRASS-dev] g.list type=rast gives floating point exception
Note that g.mlist is also broken for me, but *only* for rasters! For
vect it works fine. This is really odd, because these two programs were
producing normal output yesterday evening. The only other changes that
have occurred to my OS since then have been the cvs update this morning,
and an Ubuntu update to Gnomebaker 0.6.0.
From: grass-dev-bounces at grass.itc.it
To: 'grassuser at grass.itc.it'
Cc: 'grass-dev at grass.itc.it '
Sent: 10/18/2006 9:47 AM
Subject: [GRASS-dev] g.list type=rast gives floating point exception
Using 2006-10-18 cvs, I get a floating point exception when running
type=rast, with no output produced. Strangely, g.list -f rast gives me a
full verbose listing of all rasters in my mapset. g.list type=vect and
g.list type=region also work fine.
Any ideas what's going on?
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