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keith-miller

Cura Segmentation fault on startup

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I'm running this on a Udoo, in preperation for building a 3d printer. Its a arm v7 quad cpu, 12.04 linaro distro. (12.04 ubuntu based)

cura engine compiled and seems to run fine.

load cura.py and I see logo, 30 seconds later, it seg faults.. I can post a log or something if someone tells me where to find it.. I'm still very much a linux noob..

 

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Hi Keith,

Did you ever manage to fix this? You're the only other person online I've found that's trying to run Cura on a Udoo.

For me Cura ran the first time but then through back a segmentation fault every time after.

I also tried completely removing the Cura installation and starting again but had the same issue which I think points to an opengl issue rather than a problem with Cura (but I could be wrong).

I'd be interested to see if you've made any progress.

I too am a noob. :)

 

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