[visit-developers] "Cannot save images when in nowin mode" error in test
miller86 at llnl.gov
Fri May 1 14:25:02 EDT 2009
Also, sorry for terse messages. I am juggling a few different balls at
On Fri, 2009-05-01 at 11:22, Mark Miller wrote:
> I think you need to configure visit WITHOUT viewer-mesa-stubs (or maybe
> its the opposite). You have have a config-site file that is turning that
> on for you.
> On Fri, 2009-05-01 at 11:24, Rich Cook wrote:
> > Hello, when running the paraDIS database test, I am encountering the
> > following error. Hank was kind enough to get the test working, so
> > this is probably the last hitch. He has indicated this list would
> > collectively know the answer to this. Any help? Thanks!
> > Reading engine output.
> > Rendering window 1...
> > VisIt: Message - Rendering window 1...
> > VisIt: Warning - Currently, you cannot save images when in nowin mode
> > using screen capture and Mesa has been stubbed out in the viewer.
> > Either disable screen capture, or rebuild without the Mesa stub
> > library. Note that the Mesa stub library was in place to prevent
> > compatibility problems with some graphics drivers.
> > Saving window 1...
> > VisIt: Message - Saving window 1...
> > VisIt: Warning - No image was saved. This is frequently because you
> > have asked to save an empty window. If this is not the case, please
> > contact a VisIt developer.
> > Could not save window
> > VisIt: Message - Could not save window
> > Traceback (most recent call last):
> > File "<stdin>", line 29, in <module>
> > File "Testing.py", line 714, in Test
> > (tPixs, pPixs, dPixs, davg) = DiffUsingPIL(file, cur, diff, base,
> > altbase)
> > File "Testing.py", line 942, in DiffUsingPIL
> > newimg = Image.open(cur)
> > File "/usr/gapps/visit/python/2.5/chaos_3_x86_64_ib_gcc_3.4.4/lib/
> > python2.5/site-packages/PIL/Image.py", line 1916, in open
> > raise IOError("cannot identify image file")
> > IOError: cannot identify image file
> > >> exit(1) when running test file: tests/databases/paraDIS.py,
> > assuming crashed
Mark C. Miller, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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