[visionegg] New User, Seg Fault

Hello everyone,

I've just downloaded the Vision Egg software with source code and demos, 
and I'm eager to see what it can do.  Coming from the world of C, Java, 
and (now) some lisp, I have never used Python or OpenGL, but I am eager to 
learn!

That being said, I've already encountered a problem running the demos. 
I've gone through the step-by-step Windows installation guide (I'm running 
XP), and everything seems to have proceeded without a hitch. 
check-config.py also confirms that everything is OK, with the exception of 
the optional modules Pyro and winioport which failed.

Going to the demo directory from the command prompt and trying to run the 
demos, results in the following:

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C:\visionegg\visionegg-0.9.5b3\demo>python grating.py
2003-09-16 16:56:14,059 (1912) INFO: Script grating.py started Vision Egg 
0.9.5b3 with process id 1912.
2003-09-16 16:56:16,248 (1912) INFO: Requesting window 640 x 480 32 bpp (8 
8 8 0 RGBA).
(sent using deprecated VisionEgg.Core.Message class)
2003-09-16 16:56:16,669 (1912) INFO: OpenGL 1.3.0 - Build 4.13.01.3245, 
Intel Brookdale-G, Intel
(sent using deprecated VisionEgg.Core.Message class)
2003-09-16 16:56:16,669 (1912) INFO: Video system reports 32 bpp (8 8 8 8 
RGBA).
(sent using deprecated VisionEgg.Core.Message class)
Pygame Parachute Traceback:
  File "C:\Python22\Lib\site-packages\VisionEgg\PlatformDependent.py", 
line 192, in sync_swap_with_vbl_post_gl_init
Fatal Python error: (pygame parachute) Segmentation Fault

This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual 
way.
Please contact the application's support team for more information.

C:\visionegg\visionegg-0.9.5b3\demo>
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Any idea on what's going on or suggestions?

I'm running Windows XP.  The version of everything I installed is the 
version that is directly linked from the Windows Install page:
http://www.visionegg.org/install-windows-details.html

Thanks for the help!

Hmm, looking at the output of check-config.py again, it has listed:

VISIONEGG_USER_DIR = H:\VisionEgg

which doesn't exist; everything has been installed to the C: directory. 
Might this have something to do with the problem?  If so, how do I change 
this?

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Asif Ladak
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