On Thursday, 22 September 2016 at 10:57:57 +1000, Terry Duell wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Sep 2016 10:45:29 +1000, Michael Havens 
> <havens.busin...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Wednesday, September 21, 2016 at 3:02:05 PM UTC-4, Stefan Peter wrote:
>>> In any case, please re-run the "Create control points" action and then,
>>> send us the resulting log file from you clipboard as you did with this
>>> one.
>> Here is what the clipboard says now:
>>     Searching for control points...
>>      Could not find "cpfind" in path.
>>      Maybe you have not installed it properly or given a wrong path in
>> the
>> settings.
>> Perhaps I should use another control point detector.
>> My take on this problem is that it is associated with the setting that
>> tells it where it's tmp directory is because it works fine when I don't
>> put anything in that field...... I just can't do a massive panorama
>> because I
>> don't have enough space in /tmp for all the temporary files that a huge
>> panorama produces.
> If I understand this correctly, perhaps a workaround is to leave the tmp
> dir field blank, generate your control points, then save your .pto.
> Restart hugin, add your tmp dir, open your saved .pto and continue on.

Good idea, but so far we have no evidence that anything is being
written to /tmp or wherever.  That's what I've been trying to find out
for the last week.

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