[Thuban-list] JPG images causing memory errors in Thuban 1.0.0
randre at gmail.com
Sun May 14 01:24:43 CEST 2006
Hello Bernhard and Didrik,
Very sorry to have not replied sooner, but I was out of town on a family
emergency and have just returned. I have not yet installed the later
version of Thuban to test if the problem exists with it as well. I will do
that later today or tomorrow, and will let you know my results.
I did in fact make a typo in my original message and the type of file I am
trying to display is a georeferenced .jpg. It is approximately 2 MB in
size, which may be larger than you want me to send in an email. It is a
.jpg with an accompanying world file. I now have Linux running properly on
this machine as well, so I will install the Linux version of Thuban as well,
and will test in both.
Thanks for your continued feedback on this,
On 5/12/06, Bernhard Reiter <bernhard at intevation.de> wrote:
> Am 12. May 2006 um 21:05:05 schrieb Bernhard Reiter:
> > Hi Roger,
> > On Wed, May 03, 2006 at 01:43:01PM +0200, Didrik Pinte wrote:
> > > Le mardi 02 mai 2006 à 15:16 -0700, Roger André a écrit :
> > > > I am having trouble displaying .jpg images in Thuban. I am able to
> > > > display .tif files ok, but any .hpg I bring in gives me a "
> > > > - The Memory could not be written" error.
> > > >
> > > > Has anyone else encountered this, and is there a fix?
> > > Hi Roger,
> > >
> > > Raster files are displayed using the gdal library. What version of
> > > are you using (the 1.1.8 from the Thuban website) ? What os are you
> > > running ?
> > I think the "Pythonw.exe" will probably indicate that it is Windows.
> > Roger,
> > do you happen have a an example .hpg file for us?
> I am just realising that this most likely is a typo, sorry for the noise.
> An small .jpg file that produces the bug for you would be nice.
> I'll take it is a georeferences jpeg?
> > Did you give the new windows 1.1.0 package a chance also?
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