Paul,
 
Have you tried the Java RTLs of ResearchCyc?
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Paul Fodor
To: OpenCyc developers
Sent: Thursday, July 31, 2008 10:47 AM
Subject: Re: [OpenCyc-devel] OpenCyc on Ubuntu 7.10

Thanks Yeb. I think I tried all versions of ResearchCyc and OpenCyc on our Ubuntu server (Ubuntu 7.10, 32bits architecture with 3Gb RAM). All except OpenCyc 0.9 give the error at initialization (see previous emails).
OpenCyc 0.9 doesn't give an error at initialization or the server (see below), but once I try to connect with the browser (to the URI: "http://127.0.0.1:3602/cgi-bin/cyccgi/cg?cb-start") it gives "Segmentation fault".

I guess I will make my programs in the Windows version of ResearchCyc, which seems to work.

Trace for segmentation fault:
/usr/share/opencyc-0.9/run/bin/latest.bin -w /usr/share/opencyc-0.9/run/world/startWorld.load

Loading statics.
Mapping in the memory image.
Running initializers ... PROCESS (16391), PROCESS (16414), done.
Reconnected to shared object RED Library (auto-loaded).
Cyc 10 (Linux 32-bit)
Copyright (C) 1995 - 2005 Cycorp, Inc. All rights reserved.
RTL (Green Threads/ASM Contexts) initialized.
CycL Initialized.
Initializing file-backed caches.
Warning: Unable to find file hashtable: data/caches/0001/generic-singular-nl-generation-fort-cache.fht
Enabling base TCP services to port 3600.

Ready for services.
Process ID: 12488
System 1.8084 KB 2.
CYC(1): Error: Received signal 8 SIGFPE (Erroneous arithmetic operation).
Note: Running in #<PROCESS Port 3602 server dispatcher "Run" 4ABB01E4>.
[Switching to single-threaded mode ....]

Select a restart:
0: Continue waiting for connections.
1: Restart process Port 3602 server dispatcher.
2: Exit process Port 3602 server dispatcher.
3: Recursive read loop.
4: Exit program.
? 0
[Resuming multi-threaded mode ....]
Segmentation fault



On Thu, Jul 31, 2008 at 1:37 PM, Yeb Havinga <yeb.havinga@portavita.nl> wrote:
dmiles@users.sourceforge.net wrote:
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=27274
>
> Oops 1.06 is 1.02
> I'd give 0.9 a try for sanity to make sure it's not just a Ubuntu thing
> opencyc-0.9.0-Suse91.tgz
> <http://downloads.sourceforge.net/opencyc/opencyc-0.9.0-Suse91.tgz?modtime=1109427630&big_mirror=0>
>  Mirror
> <http://sourceforge.net/project/mirror_picker.php?height=350&width=300&group_id=27274&use_mirror=voxel&filename=opencyc-0.9.0-Suse91.tgz&abmode=>
Hi all,

For what it's worth. I've used the latest version of opencyc on a recent
(half year) debian x86_64 as well as Ubuntu 8.10 (intrepid) x86_64,
using the suse opencyc binary. Both recent intel processors (EM64T) as
amd processors support amd's 64 bit architecture. (Do not confuse intels
IA64 for the itanium with EM64T)

regards,
Yeb


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