I'd be curious about a couple of things. A quick test, try "gif|..."
instead of "gf|..." just to see if that device works. It'll still output a
gif but uses a slightly different back-end. I know you're originally
asking about TIFFs, but just for the sake of troubleshooting.
Do you have any x-window displays available? I'm using Xvfb to have X11
displays available in memory. Which one gets used is determined by Pete's
export/setenv display command. For example, my command for that looks like
"setenv DISPLAY :9" where 9 is the port number of the Xvfb process. "ps ax
| grep Xvfb | grep -v grep" will show you if you have any running and what
their port numbers are.
Do any other gempak programs work, or do they fail in the same way?
Meteorology Support Analyst
College of DuPage - Nexlab
On Wed, Jul 17, 2019 at 3:11 PM JACOB WIESE <jake9wi@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks for the responses. I tried setting "/home/jacob/sfc.tiff" as well
> as export DISPLAY=":0.0". I get the same error. Also tried device=XW and
> proj to either CED or NOR creates a black window and segmentation fault
> warning in the shell.
> Backtrace for this error:
> #0 0x7fe3611bbeea
> #1 0x7fe3611bb0dd
> #2 0x7fe360837f1f
> #3 0x7fe3608b3dfd
> #4 0x405850
> #5 0x406000
> #6 0x4047d3
> #7 0x404e12
> #8 0x7fe36081ab96
> #9 0x404078
> #10 0xffffffffffffffff
> If i use device= gf program returns [GEMPLT -999].
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