Profile Email Quote gcardonav 04/27/2010 02:10PM Junior Status: offline Registered: 04/26/2010 Posts: 31 Mike:I have ftp'ed the file n6388.fits to the directory you asked me too. Profile Email Quote gcardonav 04/27/2010 02:10PM Junior Status: offline Registered: 04/26/2010 Posts: 31 Hi Fitz:Sorry for my delay reply, finals. That's pretty low for modern standards.For good viewing of photo-like images and OpenGL work, you'll want Depth 24 (or 32) and True Color.MK MK 0 Kudos Reply JakobK Advisor Options Mark Or are there settings with x11 to change to be able to run 256 colors ?Gus Profile Email Quote fitz 04/27/2010 02:10PM Admin Status: offline Registered: 09/30/2005 Posts: 3905 Let
I can open ximtool with any other display but for my research I need 256 colors display.[/quote:bfa466e1a1]Even though your X server may be running in 24-bit mode, XImtool is still operating On the other hand I reseted my machine but the ximtool still crashes when I use 256 colors. I would expect OpenGL to require a large number of colours for shading and 3D modelling operations.Use SAM to check your display and monitor settings.MK MK 0 Kudos Reply Steven E.
Powered by MailMan Skip to main content Blue Coat BlueTouch Online Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Youtube RSS Login Search Google Appliance Enter the terms Gus Profile Email Quote StarryEyed 04/27/2010 02:10PM Newbie Status: offline Registered: 03/24/2011 Posts: 6 [quote:e483e565f2="gcardonav"]Mike:I have ftp'ed the file n6388.fits to the directory you asked me too. Action Exit the programs that make heavy use of the color map, then restart the failed application and try again. However, desktops like KDE and GNOME (and their helper applications) will also allocate quite a few colors.
of File Desc. =192Graphics Shared Memory Size=0x580000Shared Memory Transport Size= DisableCursor Scale Factor=1I think that is okay.I have the feeling, which in the background a process the whole color takes off.But More about the author Setting your display to 16 or 24-bit might help (startx -- -bpp 16 for example). -- Juha > -----Original Message----- > From: Hanigan Family [mailto:hanfam sprynet com] > Sent: Thursday, 21 Or are there settings with x11 to change to be able to run 256 colors ?Gus[/quote:e483e565f2]As it seems this problem ended up unsolved, let me come in and try to give thanks, janet Anonymous: Guest 12/04/2002 09:00PM Hi Janet, The colormaps are probably being found, but in an 8-bit display there are only 256 colormap cells available for all applications on
[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Thread Index] [Date Index] [Author Index] RE: warning: cannot allocate colormap entry From: "Juha Saarinen" To: "Hanigan Family" You might also have a look at DS9 for the image display, this supports 24-bit displays but has a different feature set than XImtool.
Showing results for Search instead for Do you mean Menu Categories Solutions IT Transformation Internet of Things Topics Big Data Cloud Security Infrastructure Strategy and Technology Products Cloud Integrated Systems Networking So, reset your machine so ximtool will open properly.[quote:bfa466e1a1]My second problem is that when I try to to open a fits image with display or imexam i get the following error I can't explain the bus error, what version of IRAF are you using (i.e. "cl> =version")? iraf.net User Support and IRAF Software Contribute Advanced Search IRAF Docs Directory Links Live Chat Forum Site Statistics Welcome to iraf.netFriday, November 11 2016 @ 03:11 AM GMT Select a Forum
In some cases this can be configured through the control panels to limit the colors, KDE is generally better for ximtool but using "old" window managers like FVWM/OpenWindows/twm/etc will also work. Protter Exalted Contributor [Founder] Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Email to a Friend Report Inappropriate Content 04-01-2009 01:55 AM 04-01-2009 01:55 AM Re: Warning: Hosted by Red Hat. news My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages Skip to ContentSkip to FooterSolutions Transform to a Hybrid Infrastructure Protect Your Digital Enterprise Empower the Data-Driven Organization Enable Workplace
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