I'll give it a try. I haven't had a good compiling-from-source adventure
for some time.
On 03/08/17 14:19, Graeme Gill wrote:
Graham White wrote:
I'm running Argyll (1.9.2) on Ubuntu (64 bit, 17.04), with the argyllcms
ubuntu pacckages. I have been trying to run collink using commands like
collink -v3 -qm -s -ip -op profile1.icc profile2.icc profile3.icc
and it seems to segfault every time: running it with -v3 shows that it
goes through all the stages of making the profile, but then it segfaults
leaving behind a zero bite file called profile3.icc
This is not behaviour that I have found with any of the other Argyll tools.
I'd probably need to be able to reproduce the crash to figure it out.
Possibly it's something I have already fixed. If you are able to build
it (i.e. you have a usable copy of Jam available), then you could
try compiling this <http://www.argyllcms.com/Argyll_dev_src.zip>
and see if it has the same problem.