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Message 389 - Posted: 22 Feb 2008, 11:17:15 UTC

I keep getting an error on my Linux machine with our project:


22-Feb-2008 05:47:57 [MindModeling@Beta] Restarting task PRP_Test4-2-0.25_2.85_2.33_0.014_1202237332_2 using ACTR version 266
22-Feb-2008 05:47:57 [MindModeling@Beta] Restarting task PRP_Test4-2-0.25_2.85_2.33_0.014_1202237332_3 using ACTR version 266
22-Feb-2008 05:48:03 [MindModeling@Beta] [error] Can\'t rename output file PRP_Test4-2-0.25_2.85_2.33_0.014_1202237332_2_0
22-Feb-2008 05:48:03 [MindModeling@Beta] Computation for task PRP_Test4-2-0.25_2.85_2.33_0.014_1202237332_2 finished
./boinc: symbol lookup error: ./boinc: undefined symbol: gzopen64

it crashes my boinc...

Im using:

[59] Fri 22.Feb.2008 5:38:30 [madcow][madgamer][~/BOINC] ./boinc --version
5.10.28 i686-pc-linux-gnu

As a matter of fact...I think I might fall back to an earlier version of a linux boinc client...I am not surte if this is a BOINC issue or a science application issue....

Any suggestions?

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Message 390 - Posted: 22 Feb 2008, 15:51:37 UTC - in response to Message 389.
Last modified: 22 Feb 2008, 15:59:51 UTC

I keep getting an error on my Linux machine with our project:


22-Feb-2008 05:47:57 [MindModeling@Beta] Restarting task PRP_Test4-2-0.25_2.85_2.33_0.014_1202237332_2 using ACTR version 266
22-Feb-2008 05:47:57 [MindModeling@Beta] Restarting task PRP_Test4-2-0.25_2.85_2.33_0.014_1202237332_3 using ACTR version 266
22-Feb-2008 05:48:03 [MindModeling@Beta] [error] Can\'t rename output file PRP_Test4-2-0.25_2.85_2.33_0.014_1202237332_2_0
22-Feb-2008 05:48:03 [MindModeling@Beta] Computation for task PRP_Test4-2-0.25_2.85_2.33_0.014_1202237332_2 finished
./boinc: symbol lookup error: ./boinc: undefined symbol: gzopen64

it crashes my boinc...

Im using:

[59] Fri 22.Feb.2008 5:38:30 [madcow][madgamer][~/BOINC] ./boinc --version
5.10.28 i686-pc-linux-gnu

As a matter of fact...I think I might fall back to an earlier version of a linux boinc client...I am not surte if this is a BOINC issue or a science application issue....

Any suggestions?


You are right to think it is a boinc issue http://boinc.berkeley.edu/trac/ticket/537

I did a google search of gzopen64 and it seems as though there may be a version issue with libxml2 on your system.
This seems like a lot of distros have seen this problem.

I don\'t think a different boinc version is going to remedy this unfortunately. However, a little googleing may reveal a work around solution.
Good Luck,
Jack

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Message 392 - Posted: 22 Feb 2008, 22:57:20 UTC


I did my own work around, I downlaoded the source code for BOINC 5.10.42 and compiled it myself (made myself a new client) and walla...it works now.

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Message 393 - Posted: 23 Feb 2008, 4:30:47 UTC - in response to Message 392.


I did my own work around, I downlaoded the source code for BOINC 5.10.42 and compiled it myself (made myself a new client) and walla...it works now.


Awesome! Great Work

--Jack

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Message 394 - Posted: 23 Feb 2008, 10:06:03 UTC - in response to Message 392.


I did my own work around, I downlaoded the source code for BOINC 5.10.42 and compiled it myself (made myself a new client) and walla...it works now.



Now that\'s what I call a work around :-)
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