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I am new to linux and i am useing fedora core 5 and i want to use linux for maya 8 i have installed it but wen i go into ...
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- 09-14-2006 #1
maya 8 on fedora core 5
I am new to linux and i am useing fedora core 5 and i want to use linux for maya 8 i have installed it but wen i go into shell to open it and i get an error here it is
(/usr/aw/maya8.0/bin/maya.bin: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/aw/maya8.0/lib/libDynSlice.so: cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied)
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Last edited by techieMoe; 09-14-2006 at 01:40 PM.
- 09-14-2006 #2
I'm not a maya user, but it looks like the version you're running isn't compatible with the gcc/glibc release of FC5. Autodesk should have a list of supported Linux distros on their web page. They might have released a few versions for the different distros.
- 09-17-2006 #3
Well i checked out the autodesk website and they it should be compatible with my linux distro http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet...112&id=7639522 but i not sure wots happend i have reinstalled linux 2 times now and maya about 6 and i still get the same message but there was another rpm in the cd they had suse and redhat that i had to install or else it would not even find the program wen i went to open it so i installed the redhat becuse fc5 is based on redhat
- 09-17-2006 #4
- 10-09-2006 #5Originally Posted by luap
Anyway, if you set environment variable MAYA_DEBUG_ENABLE_CRASH_REPORTING before running Maya, if Maya does crash you will get a stack trace (at least most times). If not and its reproducible, then running under gdb will generally give you the stack trace. Run in a terminal maya -d gdb which can be used to either identify the problem or include in your bug report to Autodesk.