Locks up on Mac 10.11.6 #448

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tsawyer opened this Issue Oct 5, 2016 · 7 comments

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@tsawyer
tsawyer commented Oct 5, 2016

Running version 0.2.0 locks up my Mac after running for various lengths of time. I wish I could nail the problem down closer but it seems completely random. I can say that one time I got an out of Application Memory message. Restarting CubicSDR does not fix the problem. I have to restart the Mac to get CubicSDR operational again.

I've not run and prior version of CubicSDR so I can say if the problem is unique to this version. I can run SDR-Console and SDRuno on this same Mac under Parallels with no lockups.

@cjcliffe cjcliffe added the bug label Oct 7, 2016
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@stuzog
stuzog commented Feb 6, 2017

On my 10.11.6 iMac 7,1 the precompiled CubicSDR-0.2.0-Darwin.dmg won't boot at all but crashes immediately.
170206 Cubic SDR 0.2.0 crash report.txt

@cjcliffe
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cjcliffe commented Feb 6, 2017

@stuzog this seems to be a general problem with Core2Duo machines; I think I've got the fixed build but can you give it a try for me?

@tsawyer I think this version may also fix some additional crashes and bugs as it contains @vsonnier 's latest commits:
CubicSDR-0.2.2-Darwin.dmg.zip

(note that DMG is zipped to avoid GitHub extension filters)

@stuzog
stuzog commented Feb 6, 2017

Same behaviour, unfortunately.
170206 cubicsdr-0.2.2 core2duo crash.txt

@cjcliffe
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cjcliffe commented Feb 6, 2017

@stuzog I have a core2duo here I need to fix up as a test machine which will hopefully give me some more insight.

@cjcliffe
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cjcliffe commented Feb 6, 2017

@stuzog note that building CubicSDR locally is a known way to get around this crash; it appears to be related to some instructions in liquid-dsp built on my local system that the core2duo machines are not happy with.

@stuzog
stuzog commented Feb 6, 2017 edited
@cjcliffe
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cjcliffe commented Feb 9, 2017 edited

@stuzog yeah something in liquid-dsp appears incompatible with Core2Do that I hope to track down; I got the old macbook pro finally booted up by restoring an old backup image only to find it's only a CoreDuo limited to 10.6.8.. So unfortunately will have to wait on another system.

Glad you're able to build through homebrew at least.

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