From: Rafael Perez Pascual <rperez@fi...>  20060216 01:15:52

Rafael Perez Pascual wrote: >I have a Debian Ubuntu 5.10 Breeze system in an amd64 machine with >python2.4. I install numpy, scipy and matplotlib without troubles, but >when I treat to import pylab I get a segmentation fault and python >breaks. >I treat lots of thinks but nothing works, some one have an idea about >these? > >Thanks > >Rafael Perez > > >How did you install those packages? What versions? What code did you run that >segfaulted? Can you isolate a small, selfcontained example that segfaults so we >can examine it? If it's a numpy or scipy problem (likely), we will be happy to >answer your questions on the appropriate list to avoid cluttering the matplotlib >list. > > >Robert Kern >robert.kern@... > >"In the fields of hell where the grass grows high > Are the graves of dreams allowed to die." >  Richard Harter > > > > I got scipy0.4.4.tar.gz from the scipy site. I got numpy0.9.2.tar.gz from the numpy site. I got matplotlib0.86.2.tar.gz from the matplotlib site. Python2.4 and all other libs from the ubuntu repository. I did the usualy 'python setup.py build' and 'python setup.py install' as root in the scipy0.4.4 , numpy0.9.2 and matplotlib0.86.2 directories. When I try to import pylab I get: rpp@...:~$ python Python 2.4.2 (#2, Sep 30 2005, 22:19:27) [GCC 4.0.2 20050808 (prerelease) (Ubuntu 4.0.14ubuntu8)] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> from numpy import * >>> from scipy import * Overwriting fft=<function fft at 0x2aaaad8879b0> from scipy.fftpack.basic (was <function fft at 0x2aaaad5f0758> from numpy.dft.fftpack) Overwriting ifft=<function ifft at 0x2aaaad887a28> from scipy.fftpack.basic (was <function inverse_fft at 0x2aaaad5f07d0> from numpy.dft.fftpack) >>> from matplotlib import * >>> import pylab Segmentation fault rpp@...:~$ Another try rpp@...:~$ python Python 2.4.2 (#2, Sep 30 2005, 22:19:27) [GCC 4.0.2 20050808 (prerelease) (Ubuntu 4.0.14ubuntu8)] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> import matplotlib >>> import pylab Overwriting fft=<function fft at 0x2aaaaf186320> from scipy.fftpack.basic (was <function fft at 0x2aaaad972ed8> from numpy.dft.fftpack) Overwriting ifft=<function ifft at 0x2aaaaf186398> from scipy.fftpack.basic (was <function inverse_fft at 0x2aaaad972f50> from numpy.dft.fftpack) Segmentation fault rpp@...:~$ Scipy whithout ploting works fine and very fast, but allways I try to import pylab I get the segmentation fault. Thak's a lot Robert Rafael perez 