[Opensim-testers] ik on mac osx

Ayman Habib ahabib at stanford.edu
Tue Apr 20 07:20:25 PDT 2010

Hi Guillaume,

That's great news. Thanks for the find. If you can send the updated 
installation instructions that worked for you that would be perfect.

Thanks again,
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "guillaume rao" <guillaume.rao at univmed.fr>
To: "Ayman Habib" <ahabib at stanford.edu>
Cc: <opensim-testers at simtk.org>
Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 3:59 AM
Subject: Re: [Opensim-testers] ik on mac osx

Hi Ayman,
I found the problem.
Under mac osx standard install (at least the 10.6.3 release), there is no 
.profile file for the terminal under the user profile.
This makes the "export" command useless and the scale and ik command cannot 
fully run.
You just have to check whether the .profile file is present or not.
After this check, everything works fine thanks!

On Apr 19, 2010, at 5:36 AM, Ayman Habib wrote:

> Hi Guillaume
> I'm suspecting it's an issue with the SimTKLapack library that we include 
> in the distribution and use to solve various math problems. Could you try 
> an install  of SimTKCore 2.0.1 separately and put the .dylib libraries 
> from SimTKCore into the front of the DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH?
> -Ayman
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "guillaume rao" 
> <guillaume.rao at univmed.fr>
> To: <opensim-testers at simtk.org>
> Sent: Saturday, April 17, 2010 11:31 PM
> Subject: [Opensim-testers] ik on mac osx
> Hello all,
> I tried several times to run IK on mac osx 10.6.3 with ipopt and I always 
> get a "bus" error.
> When I try with cfsqp, I get an error saying that the library is not found 
> : Can't perform operation: Could not load CFSQP library 'libosimCFSQP.so': 
> dlopen(libosimCFSQP.so, 9): image not found CFSQP optimizer algorithm 
> unavailable.
> Using the jacobian option, the ik eventually ran :-)
> Is someone having the same bug?
> Thanks
> Guillaume
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Guillaume Rao, PhD
Institute of Movement Sciences
University of the Mediterranean,
Marseille, France.
E-mail: guillaume.rao at univmed.fr
Phone: +33 (0) 4 91 17 04 22


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