Jeroen Hoppenbrouwers schrieb:
On Fri, Oct 15, 2004 at 05:49:21PM +0100, Giles Robertson wrote:Can you run fgfs with log level "debug" set, and report the results? (Advanced > Debugging in the launcher)
OK, I've attached it. The most interesting part will be:
****** Updating time Current Unix calendar time = 1097869095 warp = 0 Current GMT = 10/15/2004 19:38:15 Current Unix calendar time = 1097869095 warp = 0 Current GMT = 10/15/2004 19:38:15 Current Julian Date = 2.45329e+006 COURSE: GMT = 9/15/104 19:38:15 March 21 noon (GMT) = 1079866800 Time since 3/21/104 GMT = 208.36 days = 208 hours = 19.6375 lon = 0 lst = 21.5042 COURSE: GMT = 9/15/104 19:38:15 March 21 noon (GMT) = 1079866800 Time since 3/21/104 GMT = 208.36 days = 208 hours = 19.6375 lon = 122.357 lst = 13.347 Current lon=0.00 Sidereal Time = 21.2823 gst => 141.282 Current LOCAL Sidereal Time = 13.1251 (13.1251) (diff = -0.221905) After fgInitTimeOffset(): warp = 0 Panel visible = 1 Refreshing timestamps for -999.938 0.0625 updateLocal(-2.13554, 0.65648, F:/Programme/FlightGear/data/Timezone) interpolate(): lookup error, x to small = -10012 In memory sounds sample In memory sounds sample interpolate(): lookup error, x to small = -10009 In memory sounds sample Fatal error: Failed to gen source. (received from ) Deleting a sample ******
Apart from the interpolation problem (which might be the cause of the trouble), I see that we've got a (non critical) Y2K-bug there:
COURSE: GMT = 9/15/104 19:38:15
COURSE: GMT = 9/15/2004 19:38:15
(and a few lines below is the similar problem...)
I have the same problem, I think. However I cannot fetch the log output, as the text window closes immediately upon crashing. Is this file dumped to disk somewhere?
You can easily start the shell (Start->Run->"cmd.exe" on W2K/WXP or "command.exe" IIRC on W95,W98,WME) and run FGFS from there.
The launcher shows you the necessary command line before it tries to run FGFS.
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