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Bug: Unknown error while decompressing map data

Post by Moonray » 27 Dec 2005, 20:32

I get the following errors (critical) after creating a new character, after having registered. This is from the last lines in my log file:

[19:22:43] Window::Window("Window")
[19:22:43] Window::Window("Debug")
[19:22:43] ResourceManager::get(graphics/sprites/npcs.png)
[19:22:43] Binding texture 103 (1024x256)
[19:22:43] ResourceManager::get(graphics/sprites/emotions.png)
[19:22:43] Binding texture 104 (128x128)
[19:22:43] ResourceManager::get(graphics/sprites/weapons.png)
[19:22:44] Binding texture 105 (1024x1024)
[19:22:44] Error: Unknown error while decompressing map data!
[19:22:44] Error: Could not find map file

I was hoping to give this game a try, but it's not letting me. :-S
I'm running Gentoo Linux and version 0.0.18.

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Post by Bjørn » 29 Dec 2005, 13:16

Do all Gentoo users have this problem? Any of them who don't have it?

What if you compile it manually?
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Post by Mra » 29 Dec 2005, 15:15

Well actually I have it too at my second gentoo box, I tried to reinstall physfs, libguichan and tmw, even manually, even deleted the .tmw folder in ~, but it didnt work..On my first gentoo box however I have no problems at all with this, I just emerged tmw (Of course using the @x86 flag) and well...it works now on that box...So it works on Gentoo..sometimes and on a clean box ^^
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Post by Bjørn » 30 Dec 2005, 16:10

Duplicate (contains strace output):
http://forums.themanaworld.org/viewtopic.php?t=1166
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Post by flamma » 30 Dec 2005, 17:50

Sorry, I didn't see this thread.

I pasted the trace because Platyne asked me to do so.

I want to thank both of you for your help.
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Post by Pajarico » 30 Dec 2005, 21:28

I use Gentoo and never had such problem with CVS or any version.

Could be that zlib and tmw were compiled with different gcc versions?
I suggest Gentoo users to run this command:

Code: Select all

 revdep-rebuild
and see if any of the dependencies appears on the list and let it compile them.
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Post by flamma » 31 Dec 2005, 03:17

Nada.

I think it fixed some problems in my system, but not the tmw one.

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Post by Bjørn » 31 Dec 2005, 11:38

Duplicate (shows files are installed correctly):
http://forums.themanaworld.org/viewtopic.php?t=1171
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Post by Platyna » 31 Dec 2005, 13:03

What's about your physfs and guichan? What versions are installed an where? /usr or /usr/local?

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Post by zbyte64 » 31 Dec 2005, 22:43

I was the duplicate above fyi. Guichan and physfs were all installed using the gentoo ebuild system (/usr). tmw was installed using both cvs and gentoo (/usr & /usr/local).

I rememerged zlib and now i get e weird connecting status bar, ie it rolls over to the begining once it reaches the end... does that a few times, then i get the map not found error. Blast
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Post by zbyte64 » 01 Jan 2006, 03:05

erm where is the log file stored?

edit: nvm found it

i have the same error:

[18:18:12] ResourceManager::get(graphics/sprites/npcs.png)
[18:18:12] ResourceManager::get(graphics/sprites/emotions.png)
[18:18:12] ResourceManager::get(graphics/sprites/weapons.png)
[18:18:12] Error: Unknown error while decompressing map data!
[18:18:12] Error: Could not find map file
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Post by Pajarico » 01 Jan 2006, 17:28

Could be that the map data is just corrupted?
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Post by Platyna » 01 Jan 2006, 17:46

Try to gunzip the map data. If it will be ok, try to just remove your ~/.tmw directory. If still not ok, then download sources and compile it manually with --prefix=/home/you/tmw and see if the problem still occurs.

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Post by Moonray » 02 Jan 2006, 17:54

I gunzipped all the map data. Still get the error (weird, if it doesn't need to unzip' anything).

I also manually copied all the update data from the update file it downloads when you first start up (update-0.0.17-0.0.18) to the map folder. Still get the error.

Only thing I haven't tried yet is manually compiling... will try that soon.
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Post by Moonray » 02 Jan 2006, 17:56

Oh, and I tried running as root, just to see if there were maybe some permissions getting in the way. Still no go.
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