Problem running OMA standalone
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15 months ago


I ran into a problem trying to run OMA Standalone on a precomputed all-all dataset. I downloaded the data, and installed OMA through homebrew.

The OMA launch command returns the following error after running it from the uncompressed directory:

Starting database conversion and checks...
Process 51478 on N82048: job nr 1 of 1

Cannot load GETHOG bottom-up library properly:
/usr/local/Cellar/oma/2.4.1/OMA/OMA.2.4.1/lib//../bin/warthog: line 7: 51525 Abort trap: 6           $dir/$WARTHOG --version > /dev/null 2>&1
/usr/local/Cellar/oma/2.4.1/OMA/OMA.2.4.1/lib//../bin/warthog: line 18: /usr/local/Cellar/oma/2.4.1/OMA/OMA.2.4.1/bin/..//bin/ No such file or directory
cannot find GETHOGs Bottom-Up

Error, (in ) Cannot load GETHOG bottom-up library properly:

I am out of ideas as to what this could mean. I ran OMA flawlessly on the same dataset roughly a year ago, and wanted to replicate the process.

Kind regards, Marton

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Hi Marton,

I missed somehow your message here. could you try to update your version with brew update oma. I'm a bit unsure why this happens myself. It seems that the python environment for the HOG inference step is not properly built.

Are you using homebrew on a mac or rather linux brew? Which version of macOS / linux distribution are you using?

Best wishes Adrian


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