Rick Richardson wrote:
So got I the ColorMunki Photo today. Unfortunately, it core dumps:
usb_check_and_add() called with VID 0x971, PID 0x2007
Hmm. Are you sure you are testing the correct code version ? It should have recognized the Munki here.
instType: About to init Serial I/O
Looks likes it's missed it, and is now trying serial ports for instruments.
icoms: About to open port '/dev/ttyS0' icoms: Opened port OK, fd = 3 Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Interesting. Nothing to do with the ColorMunki, but what type of system is this, and what's on /dev/ttyS0 ? Have you got a back trace ?
Nevermind. I did a "# make install", but "# make install" does not copy the programs to /usr/bin. etc. What is the target to install the binaries?
The build system isn't setup to install in a "user location". It may be your convention to put things in /usr/bin, but it's not clear to me that it's everyone else's, nor that it's desirable to have the last version built override whatever is being currently used. So "make install"/"jam install" simply collects all the executables etc. together and puts them in the Argyll_V1.0.X/bin. It's up to you as to whether you want to invoke them from there, or copy them somewhere else such as /usr/bin, /usr/local/bin etc. Note that it's probably a bad idea to copy this development snapshot over a version of Argyll that you're currently happy with :-) Graeme Gill.