Sorry, but I realized my reply was confusing:
I replaced the new version of xdisp on the new working HKL2000 with the
old application, that way the only thing not updated is xdisp.
> I had the same problem with the zoom window, so I just downloaded the
> older version of HKL2000 and replaced the old version of xdisp (the
> zoom window app.) with the new version. I'm not sure why, but it now
> works perfectly.
> Hope that helps,
> Eric Salgado
> Balvinder Dhaliwal wrote:
>> Dear CCP4bb,
>> Sorry for the non-CCP4 related question.
>> I am running HKL2000 (ver 0.98.698m) on an iMac (OSX 10.5). On
>> starting up the software the following message is displayed:-
>> "Total amount of memory found: 2041 MB (required by HKL-2000; 256 MB)
>> Could not check system resources
>> Please run commands:
>> uname -a
>> [HKLPATH]/hklsysinfo M memory
>> [HKLPATH]/hklsysinfo M swap
>> [HKLPATH]/hklsysinfo M memory limit
>> Error: swap amount not valid"
>> ( On running the above commands and the output is:
>> i) uname -a: Darwin balvinder-dhaliwals-imac.loca 9.0.0 Darwin Kernel
>> Version 9.0.0: Thu Oct 11 19:23:39 PDT 2007;
>> root:xnu-1228~3/RELEASE_I386 i386
>> ii) HKLPATH]/hklsysinfo M memory: Total: 2036.23 Used: 703.352 Free:
>> iii) [HKLPATH]/hklsysinfo M swap: error: An error has occured while
>> getting swap info
>> iv) [HKLPATH]/hklsysinfo M memory limit: error: Unlimited datasize,
>> but unable to get physical limits
>> error: An error has occured while getting memory info ).
>> For the most part, HKL2000 runs well; I am able to display my
>> images, peak search, process data, scale data, etc, etc. However,
>> when I try to open up a 'zoom window' in XDisplayF, HKL2000 crashes.
>> Unlimiting the memoryuse, stacksize and datasize was ineffective.
>> Increasing the swap space was also unsuccessful.
>> My question is: Do I need to allocate more virtual memory or does
>> the problem lie elsewhere?
>> (Randall Division of Cell & Molecular Biophysics,
>> King's College London).