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Sep 2014
selim2006
@selim2006
Sep 30 2014 16:00

Hi there,
I installed build on windows pc from here: https://highfidelity.io/download/,
I noticed that it running properly with one pc which OS: Windows-7, 64 bit
but getting error "interface.exe" not responding on my other pc, OS: W7, 32 bit.
So, my question is, is it due to 32 bit?

Thanks
Selimc

Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 16:04
@whatSocks which OS do you have? You had the problem a day ago right?
whatSocks
@whatSocks
Sep 30 2014 16:05
yeah it was @selim2006’s computer
i have another windows machine but it’s XP
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 16:05
ah oke
I dont have any 32bit machines to test it
I think recent OSX's are 64bit, and most new Windows installs too, you should ask around, or try to install it on another machine to verify
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 16:12
@selim2006 did you get any older version running or is it the first time you tried?
selim2006
@selim2006
Sep 30 2014 16:15
So, Should I update my machine to 64bit and install again. If it works after upgrade that means issue due to 32 bit?
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 16:15
@selim2006 it could also have to do with sound devices, at what point does it crash, do you have a log file?
selim2006
@selim2006
Sep 30 2014 18:11
This is the first time I was trying. I can give a video link to you guys soon.
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 18:11
@selim2006 , every time the interface starts to run, it will create a log
let me find the location where you can find it
so you can post it
C:\Users\YourUserNameHere\AppData\Local\High Fidelity\Interface\Logs
you can use www.pastebin.com and send a link here
selim2006
@selim2006
Sep 30 2014 18:32
Please have a look: http://pastebin.com/fknkmce0
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 18:32
[2014-09-29T22:39:56] QAudioInput: failed to open audio device
[2014-09-29T22:39:56] QObject::connect: Cannot connect (null)::readyRead() to Audio::handleAudioInput()
I think this is the cause
Do you have the proper sound drivers installed for your soundcard?
and do you have a mic connected?
yeh it has device named NONE set by default for input device see:
DEBUG [ "NONE" ] [ "Default Input Device" ]
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 18:37
@selim2006
selim2006
@selim2006
Sep 30 2014 18:52
OK, I don't have mic connected. I will check sound drivers as well.
Philip Rosedale
@PhilipRosedale
Sep 30 2014 19:44
@whatSocks Glowing cannon balls! What script is that?
whatSocks
@whatSocks
Sep 30 2014 20:06
i just made some glowing spherical entities and shot them
@PhilipRosedale
Brad Hefta-Gaub
@ZappoMan
Sep 30 2014 20:07
btw - glowing is only “locally visible”…. which means it’s not sent across the wire to other viewers @whatSocks @PhilipRosedale
whatSocks
@whatSocks
Sep 30 2014 20:07
aww
Brad Hefta-Gaub
@ZappoMan
Sep 30 2014 20:07
I guess you can lobby to get that changed….
:)
it would be easy to change, just more properties...
whatSocks
@whatSocks
Sep 30 2014 20:08
or maybe a “private color” or “public color” since you might want things to be highlighted when you’re clicking and dragging or whatever, but not want other users to see what you’re touching
Brad Hefta-Gaub
@ZappoMan
Sep 30 2014 20:12
that’s basically the intent of glow right now…
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 20:15
I win :) highfidelity/hifi#3516
Brad Hefta-Gaub
@ZappoMan
Sep 30 2014 20:15
;)
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 30 2014 20:33
I have a problem with Mac builds relating to the following Leap Motion library declaration ...
`class LEAP_EXPORT_CLASS Controller : public Interface {
...
enum PolicyFlag {
POLICY_DEFAULT = 0,
...
POLICY_OPTIMIZE_HMD = (1 << 2)
...
}
...
}
In my code I want to do either of the following ...
_controller.setPolicyFlags(Leap::Controller::POLICY_OPTIMIZE_HMD); _controller.setPolicyFlags(Leap::Controller::PolicyFlag::POLICY_OPTIMIZE_HMD);
Both build on Windows though the second one gives a warning ... warning C4482: nonstandard extension used: enum 'Leap::Controller::PolicyFlag' used in qualified name
Neither build on Mac OSX ...
  • The first errors ... No member named 'POLICY_OPTIMIZE_HMD' in 'Leap::Controller'
  • The second errors ... 54: Expected a class or namespace
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 20:42
and what does _controller.setPolicyFlags(Controller::PolicyFlag::POLICY_OPTIMIZE_HMD); do?
@ctrlaltdavid ^
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 30 2014 20:44
It configures the Leap controller for using Leap mounted on the front of a Rift.
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 20:44
no I mean, without the Leap namespace
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 30 2014 20:45
On Windows ... 'Controller' : is not a class or namespace name
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 20:46
ah ok, nevermind, was looking at the documentation
the value should be (1 << 2). what if you hardcode that before you use it?
@ctrlaltdavid
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 30 2014 20:49
On Windows ... error C2664: 'Leap::Controller::setPolicyFlags' : cannot convert parameter 1 from 'int' to 'Leap::Controller::PolicyFlag'
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 20:50
ok, and you're using version 2.1.0 or higher?
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 30 2014 20:50
Though perhaps the Mac OSX compiler might be different ... unfortunately I don;'t have a Mac compiler.
Yes, I've got Leap Motion SDK 2.1.4 installed on my Windows PC.
Thijs Wenker
@thoys
Sep 30 2014 20:51
ok good
David Rowe
@ctrlaltdavid
Sep 30 2014 20:51
Chris assures me that he has SDK 2.1.4 installed on his Mac.