As I promised yesterday I am posting my crash report for the latest GRAMPS on
SuSE 10.2. I had problems compiling so I used Richard's binary. This told
me that I was missing pygtk. Funny though you would have thought that this
would have been caught by ./configure when I was trying to install from
source. ./configure passed and so did make. The problems I was having
occurred during make install. Anyway, that is, again, probably another post
that I need to make. I have 2.2.4 now installed from RPM.
My problem today is crash with opening a .grdb file that was generated by
2.0.11 on another computer and copied over to this new computer. 2.0.11
opens this file just fine on this computer.
See the autogenerated bug report below:
maureen@...:~> uname -a
Linux orbital-m 220.127.116.11-34-default #1 SMP Mon Nov 27 11:46:27 UTC 2006 i686
lon i386 GNU/Linux
maureen@...:~> gramps --version
Gnome gramps 2.2.4-1
LPRDoc: Free tru
I tried opening a .grdb database that I copied over from another computer.
This file has rw permission for my user.
159254: ERROR: DbLoader.py: line 448: Failed to open database.
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/local/share/gramps/DbLoader.py", line 427, in read_file
File "/usr/local/share/gramps/GrampsDb/_GrampsBSDDB.py", line 442, in load
File "/usr/local/share/gramps/GrampsDb/_GrampsBSDDB.py", line 1491, in
File "/usr/local/share/gramps/GrampsDb/_GrampsBSDDB.py", line 1674, in
source.abbrev, source.change, source.datamap) = info
ValueError: too many values to unpack
Python version: 2.5 (r25:51908, Nov 27 2006, 19:14:46) [GCC 4.1.2 20061115
(prerelease) (SUSE Linux)]
BSDDB version: 4.4.5
Gramps version: 2.2.4-1