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TasMania17
@TasMania17
Found it in home directory.
Martin
@acidhunter
hi there
i work on my docker approach and got stuck with that error:
In file included from src/algebra.hpp:51,
                 from src/algebra.cpp:40:
src/include_header_wrapper.hpp:67:10: fatal error: CL/cl.hpp: No such file or directory
 #include <CL/cl.hpp>
          ^~~~~~~~~~~
compilation terminated.
make: *** [Makefile:2218: algebra.o] Error 1
==> ERROR: A failure occurred in build().
    Aborting...
any idea?
me dumb, sry
missing opencl-headers
Starmute
@Starmute
hi, I’ve had this error too, just find a cl.hpp online and pop it in your OpenCL folder (worked for me )
Martin
@acidhunter
nono, it was just a missing package in my PKGBUILD that i use for bake my docker image
i try to build a cloud computing ready docker image with opencl support
is opencl working in headless mode?
Martin
@acidhunter
seems so
mclarekin
@mclarekin
@luchansky I will try and see if i can get anything better than 256 on my AMD.
On my nVidia m960x I can get 512 on the menger preset, if i try adding in a bit more code it drops to 384, and often I am working at 256
Starmute
@Starmute
Thanks buddy!
luchansky
@luchansky
^^ it's same person, different github account, lol
mclarekin
@mclarekin
@TasMania17 What is more useful is building in debug mode in QT, then you can supply a backtrace file.
TasMania17
@TasMania17
Thanks mclarekin I will turn-on debug mode on my next build.
mclarekin
@mclarekin
@Starmute Unable to dual boot into win10 since latest Ubuntu updates, so currently cannot test :(
but can increase up to 768 workgroup on my nVidia 960m if i use fast mode
Martin
@acidhunter

hello together,

first part of my docker opencl approach i did a PKGBUILD for opencl on archlinux

building with docker is more or less done

locally building works but building them from CI faces an issue with qt

Martin
@acidhunter
anyone faced this issue before?
QIODevice::seek: Cannot call seek on a sequential device
QIODevice::seek: Cannot call seek on a sequential device
QIODevice::seek: Cannot call seek on a sequential device
QIODevice::seek: Cannot call seek on a sequential device
Project MESSAGE: Use tiff library for TIFF files
Project MESSAGE: Use sndfile library for WAV files
Project MESSAGE: Use OpenCL library
RCC: Error in 'qt/icons.qrc': Cannot find file 'icons/media-playback-stop.svg'
RCC: Error in 'qt/icons.qrc': Cannot find file 'icons/dialog-ok-apply.png'
RCC: Error in 'qt/icons.qrc': Cannot find file 'icons/mandelbulber.png'
RCC: Error in 'qt/icons.qrc': Cannot find file 'icons/layer.png'
Martin
@acidhunter

oh yeah

got it working^^
opencl enabled headless mandelbulber in docker, using host gpu

Martin
@acidhunter

QIODevice::seek: Cannot call seek on a sequential device is a last blocker for a public release of my docker images

i see that some other projects also facing this issue
https://gitlab.opencode.net/OCS/ocs-url/-/jobs/102

if anyone has an idea how to fix that, please let me know

Sebastian Jennen
@zebastian
hey @acidhunter,
when do you get this error message?
  • on qmake
  • on make
  • on running the mandelbulber program
Martin
@acidhunter
while running qmake from gitlab-ci
weird fact is that the same dockerfile works without gitlab-ci
thats my repo
Sebastian Jennen
@zebastian
IMHO ignore the issue, as far as i understood it it is only a warning, when the output device is not recognized correctly (file vs tty) as the tty can not be seeked. When this does not prevent the build it should be "fine"
Martin
@acidhunter
buildss are failing when reaching the icon stuff
TasMania17
@TasMania17
Martin@acidhunter "RCC: Error in 'qt/icons.qrc': Cannot find file 'icons/media-playback-stop.svg'" For me that file is in /mandelbulber2/mandelbulber2/qt/icons Your build has not got that it it's path I think.
Martin
@acidhunter
its there for sure
i use this PKGUILD
maybe i miss some requirement?
Martin
@acidhunter
when i run the pkgbuild without gitlab, it works
TasMania17
@TasMania17
The error develops near the start. RCC: Error in 'qt/icons.qrc': Cannot find file 'icons/media-playback-stop.svg'
RCC: Error in 'qt/icons.qrc': Cannot find file 'icons/dialog-ok-apply.png'
RCC: Error in 'qt/icons.qrc': Cannot find file 'icons/mandelbulber.png' Goes for about 100 lines. Check this out https://stackoverflow.com/questions/14058370/qt-qrc-resource-file-cant-load-icon Comment #22 is interesting. Good luck.
Sebastian Jennen
@zebastian
@acidhunter i could not find in your code, how you specify the qmake command, maybe add some kind of include dir there?
Martin
@acidhunter
@zebastian
this is the PKGBUILD
its just a build definition
it runs the packaging from official git, no custom patches etc
really weird is that it works when i run the build without docker
42
@Bux42
I see there has been new updates
I am excited
bytered
@bytered
I have some very old Mandelbulber 1.11 .fract files that I'd like to convert to 2.15. I am currently running Mandelbulber2 on my MAC. What is the easiest way to convert these old files?
mclarekin
@mclarekin
@Bux42 the new navigation tools are cool. If you download is a few days i might have fixed my new formula openCL problems
mclarekin
@mclarekin
@bytered image adjustments tab, at the bottom is coordinate system like in mandebulberv1.21. Enable that and see what you get when you load old v1.11 settings. If they are not the same, well, that is when the fun begins:)
Krzysztof Marczak
@buddhi1980
To load old files you need to use option from top menu: File/Import settings from old Mandelbulber
There is no guaranty that the image will look the same like in old program but with small corrections of effects should be all right.