lightpipes/ports

I'm running a simulation on hollow mirror lightpipes and I've installed
the photon map compiled by Carsten Bauer (at
<http://www.cb-d.de/pmap/pmap.html> http://www.cb-d.de/pmap/pmap.html)
for Radiance 3.6. I also downloaded the examples from
<mailto:[email protected]> Roland Schregle's webpage (
<http://www.ise.fhg.de/alt-aber-aktiv/radiance/photon-map/download.html>
http://www.ise.fhg.de/alt-aber-aktiv/radiance/photon-map/download.html)
to run a "test drive". The Photon Map runs all scripts without any
problems until I use the examples with "ports". It falls into what seems
a loop where the progress reports give me an exorbitant 30,000% (it's
still running.). Will it stop eventually?

Does anybody have worked with the ports option and bumped into this
abnormal behaviour?

Erico
[email protected]

Hi Erico,

you probably should use the current version of photon-mapping(4.3), which is for the RADIANCE 3.7. Roland made this new version some weeks ago.
I'm not sure, if this helps in your special case, but I never had such problems with using photon-ports and I used it several times without any problems (I always used the 3.28 version for RADIANCE 3.5).

We are actually reorganizing our web-pages and unfortunately the English (web)version is not available and the German version shows a bug in direct linking. That's the reason, why I haven't posted it to the community yet.

Anyhow, it is already on a Web-page for downloading.
You can get it on:
http://www.ise.fraunhofer.de/german/fields/field6/mb4/index.html then follow link on "Lichtsimulation", then "RADIANCE", then "p-map"

Good luck!

Jan

Erico Rosa wrote:

···

I'm running a simulation on hollow mirror lightpipes and I've installed the photon map compiled by Carsten Bauer (at http://www.cb-d.de/pmap/pmap.html) for Radiance 3.6. I also downloaded the examples from Roland Schregle <mailto:[email protected]>'s webpage (http://www.ise.fhg.de/alt-aber-aktiv/radiance/photon-map/download.html) to run a "test drive". The Photon Map runs all scripts without any problems until I use the examples with "ports". It falls into what seems a loop where the progress reports give me an exorbitant 30,000% (it's still running...). Will it stop eventually?

Does anybody have worked with the ports option and bumped into this abnormal behaviour?

Erico

[email protected]

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Hi Jan,

Thanks for the pointer. I've downloaded the pmap 4.3 version and tried
to compile/install (after performing a fresh installation of radiance
3.7), but the pmap installation is unsuccessful, with the following
error messages being generated by 'makeall install' during the
compilation:

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0xf64): In function
`anisoSpecPhotonScatter':
: undefined reference to `getacoords'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1afb): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1b26): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1b51): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1db1): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1dd9): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1e01): more undefined references to
`mylog' follow
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [mkpmap] Error 1
make: Target `install' not remade because of errors. ~/rad3R7/ray/src

Do you have any idea of what might be causing this?

Thanks in advance,

Erico

···

-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Wienold [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2006 1:30 AM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] lightpipes/ports

Hi Erico,

you probably should use the current version of photon-mapping(4.3),
which is for the RADIANCE 3.7. Roland made this new version some weeks
ago.
I'm not sure, if this helps in your special case, but I never had such
problems with using photon-ports and I used it several times without any
problems (I always used the 3.28 version for RADIANCE 3.5).

We are actually reorganizing our web-pages and unfortunately the English
(web)version is not available and the German version shows a bug in
direct linking. That's the reason, why I haven't posted it to the
community yet.

Anyhow, it is already on a Web-page for downloading.
You can get it on:
http://www.ise.fraunhofer.de/german/fields/field6/mb4/index.html then
follow link on "Lichtsimulation", then "RADIANCE", then "p-map"

Good luck!

Jan

Erico Rosa wrote:

I’m running a simulation on hollow mirror lightpipes and I’ve installed
the photon map compiled by Carsten Bauer (at
<http://www.cb-d.de/pmap/pmap.html> http://www.cb-d.de/pmap/pmap.html)
for Radiance 3.6. I also downloaded the examples from
<mailto:[email protected]> Roland Schregle’s webpage (
<http://www.ise.fhg.de/alt-aber-aktiv/radiance/photon-map/download.html>
http://www.ise.fhg.de/alt-aber-aktiv/radiance/photon-map/download.html)
to run a “test drive”. The Photon Map runs all scripts without any
problems until I use the examples with “ports”. It falls into what seems
a loop where the progress reports give me an exorbitant 30,000% (it’s
still running…). Will it stop eventually?

Does anybody have worked with the ports option and bumped into this
abnormal behaviour?

Erico
[email protected]

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Project Manager
Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme
Thermal Systems and Buildings, Lighting and Daylighting
Heidenhofstr. 2, 79110 Freiburg, Germany
Phone: +49(0)761 4588 5133 Fax:+49(0)761 4588 9133
[email protected]

In office:
Mo,Tue: 9:00-18:00
We-Fr: 8:30-14:00

Hi Erico

Thanks for the pointer. I've downloaded the pmap 4.3 version and tried
to compile/install (after performing a fresh installation of radiance
3.7), but the pmap installation is unsuccessful.

If you're using linux, you can download the new pmap binaries from this page:
http://www.bozzograo.net/radiance/modules.php?op=modload&name=Downloads&file=index&req=viewdownload&cid=4

···

--
Francesco

Hi Erico,

you should use RADIANCE 3.7, Patchlevel 2, which we have put also onto the same page. I just checked it and I could compile it without any problems on my linux machine.

Jan

Erico Rosa wrote:

···

Hi Jan,

Thanks for the pointer. I've downloaded the pmap 4.3 version and tried to compile/install (after performing a fresh installation of radiance 3.7), but the pmap installation is unsuccessful, with the following error messages being generated by 'makeall install' during the

compilation:

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0xf64): In function `anisoSpecPhotonScatter':

: undefined reference to `getacoords'

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1afb): In function `dielectricPhotonScatter' :

: undefined reference to `mylog'

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1b26): In function `dielectricPhotonScatter' :

: undefined reference to `mylog'

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1b51): In function `dielectricPhotonScatter' :

: undefined reference to `mylog'

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1db1): In function `dielectricPhotonScatter' :

: undefined reference to `mylog'

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1dd9): In function `dielectricPhotonScatter' :

: undefined reference to `mylog'

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1e01): more undefined references to `mylog' follow

collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

make: *** [mkpmap] Error 1

make: Target `install' not remade because of errors. ~/rad3R7/ray/src

Do you have any idea of what might be causing this?

Thanks in advance,

Erico

-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Wienold [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2006 1:30 AM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] lightpipes/ports

Hi Erico,

you probably should use the current version of photon-mapping(4.3), which is for the RADIANCE 3.7. Roland made this new version some weeks ago.
I'm not sure, if this helps in your special case, but I never had such problems with using photon-ports and I used it several times without any problems (I always used the 3.28 version for RADIANCE 3.5).

We are actually reorganizing our web-pages and unfortunately the English (web)version is not available and the German version shows a bug in direct linking. That's the reason, why I haven't posted it to the community yet.

Anyhow, it is already on a Web-page for downloading.
You can get it on:
http://www.ise.fraunhofer.de/german/fields/field6/mb4/index.html then follow link on "Lichtsimulation", then "RADIANCE", then "p-map"

Good luck!

Jan

Erico Rosa wrote:

I'm running a simulation on hollow mirror lightpipes and I've installed the photon map compiled by Carsten Bauer (at http://www.cb-d.de/pmap/pmap.html) for Radiance 3.6. I also downloaded the examples from Roland Schregle <mailto:[email protected]>'s webpage (http://www.ise.fhg.de/alt-aber-aktiv/radiance/photon-map/download.html) to run a "test drive". The Photon Map runs all scripts without any problems until I use the examples with "ports". It falls into what seems a loop where the progress reports give me an exorbitant 30,000% (it's still running...). Will it stop eventually?

Does anybody have worked with the ports option and bumped into this abnormal behaviour?

Erico

[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>

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Dipl.-Ing. Jan Wienold

Project Manager

Fraunhofer-Institut f�r Solare Energiesysteme

Thermal Systems and Buildings, Lighting and Daylighting

Heidenhofstr. 2, 79110 Freiburg, Germany

Phone: +49(0)761 4588 5133 Fax:+49(0)761 4588 9133

[email protected] <mailto:[email protected]>

http://www.ise.fraunhofer.de

In office:

Mo,Tue: 9:00-18:00

We-Fr: 8:30-14:00

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Project Manager
Fraunhofer-Institut f�r Solare Energiesysteme
Thermal Systems and Buildings, Lighting and Daylighting
Heidenhofstr. 2, 79110 Freiburg, Germany
Phone: +49(0)761 4588 5133 Fax:+49(0)761 4588 9133
[email protected]

In office: Mo,Tue: 9:00-18:00
We-Fr: 8:30-14:00

Hi Jan and Francesco,

Thanks a bunch! Redhat has collaborated and Pmap 4.3 is running fine
now.

Erico

···

-----Original Message-----
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Jan
Wienold
Sent: Sunday, January 15, 2006 4:18 AM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] lightpipes/ports

Hi Erico,

you should use RADIANCE 3.7, Patchlevel 2, which we have put also onto
the same page. I just checked it and I could compile it without any
problems on my linux machine.

Jan

Erico Rosa wrote:

Hi Jan,

Thanks for the pointer. I've downloaded the pmap 4.3 version and tried
to compile/install (after performing a fresh installation of radiance
3.7), but the pmap installation is unsuccessful, with the following
error messages being generated by 'makeall install' during the
compilation:

../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0xf64): In function
`anisoSpecPhotonScatter':
: undefined reference to `getacoords'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1afb): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1b26): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1b51): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1db1): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1dd9): In function
`dielectricPhotonScatter' :
: undefined reference to `mylog'
../lib/libpmap.a(pmapmat.o)(.text+0x1e01): more undefined references to
`mylog' follow
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [mkpmap] Error 1
make: Target `install' not remade because of errors. ~/rad3R7/ray/src

Do you have any idea of what might be causing this?

Thanks in advance,

Erico
-----Original Message-----
From: Jan Wienold [mailto:[email protected]]
Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2006 1:30 AM
To: Radiance general discussion
Subject: Re: [Radiance-general] lightpipes/ports

Hi Erico,

you probably should use the current version of photon-mapping(4.3),
which is for the RADIANCE 3.7. Roland made this new version some weeks
ago.
I'm not sure, if this helps in your special case, but I never had such
problems with using photon-ports and I used it several times without any
problems (I always used the 3.28 version for RADIANCE 3.5).

We are actually reorganizing our web-pages and unfortunately the English
(web)version is not available and the German version shows a bug in
direct linking. That's the reason, why I haven't posted it to the
community yet.

Anyhow, it is already on a Web-page for downloading.
You can get it on:
http://www.ise.fraunhofer.de/german/fields/field6/mb4/index.html then
follow link on "Lichtsimulation", then "RADIANCE", then "p-map"

Good luck!

Jan

Erico Rosa wrote:

I’m running a simulation on hollow mirror lightpipes and I’ve installed
the photon map compiled by Carsten Bauer (at
<http://www.cb-d.de/pmap/pmap.html> http://www.cb-d.de/pmap/pmap.html)
for Radiance 3.6. I also downloaded the examples from
<mailto:[email protected]> Roland Schregle’s webpage (
<http://www.ise.fhg.de/alt-aber-aktiv/radiance/photon-map/download.html>
http://www.ise.fhg.de/alt-aber-aktiv/radiance/photon-map/download.html)
to run a “test drive”. The Photon Map runs all scripts without any
problems until I use the examples with “ports”. It falls into what seems
a loop where the progress reports give me an exorbitant 30,000% (it’s
still running…). Will it stop eventually?

Does anybody have worked with the ports option and bumped into this
abnormal behaviour?

Erico
[email protected]

  _____

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Dipl.-Ing. Jan Wienold
Project Manager
Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme
Thermal Systems and Buildings, Lighting and Daylighting
Heidenhofstr. 2, 79110 Freiburg, Germany
Phone: +49(0)761 4588 5133 Fax:+49(0)761 4588 9133
[email protected]

In office:
Mo,Tue: 9:00-18:00
We-Fr: 8:30-14:00

  _____

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--
Dipl.-Ing. Jan Wienold
Project Manager
Fraunhofer-Institut für Solare Energiesysteme
Thermal Systems and Buildings, Lighting and Daylighting
Heidenhofstr. 2, 79110 Freiburg, Germany
Phone: +49(0)761 4588 5133 Fax:+49(0)761 4588 9133
[email protected]

In office:
Mo,Tue: 9:00-18:00
We-Fr: 8:30-14:00