[GRASS-user] NVIZ failures
tim.southern at talktalk.net
Sun Jul 28 01:22:41 PDT 2013
The problem seemed to be with where I stored the desired output file, I had originally tried storing it in a sub-directory of my documents file on the Ubuntu system. It ran as far as generating 361 graphic files but failed to stitch them in to a single file. When I changed the location to the home folder it ran completely and generated the high resolution ppm file.
I have tried this using both gui's and as would be expected both have identical outcomes. It may well be something wrong with a file path specification when using the sub-directory as an end destination.
The resulting .ppm file is very large, around 600 Mb, is this determined by region size of simply from the graphics?
17, Park Close,
>> On Mon, Jul 15, 2013 at 9:41 AM, <tim.southern at talktalk.net> wrote:
>>> Dear All,
>>> further to my email yesterday about this subject he is some addition
>>> As yet I have found a sensible work around.
>>> Can g.pnmcom be run from the terminal to assemble the tiles after they have
>>> been generated. If so how do I determine the various paramenters
>>> GRASS 6.4.3RC3 (Images):~ > *** buffer overflow detected ***:
>>> /usr/lib/grass64/etc/nviz2.2/nviz terminated
>> Did you check the size of the computational region?
>> g.region -p
>> Perhaps way too big for the used PC?
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