I'm getting Illegal instruction (core dumped) error

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  1. Kausik

    Kausik New Member

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    I'm trying build Kakadu in linux. I have compiled Kakadu distribution on Ubuntu 12.04Lts 64bit successfully. But when I try to run kdu_compress I get "Illegal instruction (core dumped)" error and the application stops. But same distribution is successfully compiled and ran on windows system. Is it due to incompatible OS version or problem with the application? Can anyone help me to resolve it? I'm using Kakadu 7.3.2 and the command I use is

    kdu_compress -i /home/mywork/input.bmp -o /home/mywork/output.jp2 -rate 1.0

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    arochester Well-Known Member

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  3. Kausik

    Kausik New Member

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    Yes I have but I haven't get any reply
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    MikeyD Active Member

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    What applications specifically are you using? Off the top of my head it looks like a platform mis-match as the kernel can't make sense of the instructions it is being sent. From their website (in the Downloads section):

    Unfortunately, I'd be very suprised if anyone on this forum has experience with that software since its proprietary and pricy, but who know.

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