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|0006187||Dwarf Fortress||Technical -- Saving/Loading||public||2012-09-02 17:50||2012-09-11 20:48|
|Platform||Linux||OS||Debian x86_64||OS Version||Sid|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0006187: Linux version fails to read raw files with uppercase characters in filename|
|Description||The following three saves load fine in the Windows version of Dwarf Fortress.|
When trying to load them in the Linux version they crash with
Missing Shape Definition
Other saves load fine in both the Windows and Linux version.
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|I just tested this on a 32-bit Linux OS and the same thing happens.|
edited on: 2012-09-07 14:17
Here is a link to what I have been told is the same fortress as the original save before embark.
It also crashes for me when I pick fortress mode from the menu using the Linux version.
It turns out this was due to Windows using the case insensitive NTFS file system.
There were some raw files with upper case characters in their filenames in the save.
When opened from a case insensitive file system like NTFS this does not cause a problem.
When opened from a case sensitive file system like EXT4 Dwarf Fortress tries to open the raw files with all lower case filenames and fails since the filename is wrong.
This was discovered by NCommander, you can find his post here.
|2012-09-02 17:50||arclance||New Issue|
|2012-09-02 17:50||arclance||Issue Monitored: arclance|
|2012-09-05 19:21||arclance||Note Added: 0023531|
|2012-09-07 14:16||arclance||Note Added: 0023541|
|2012-09-07 14:17||arclance||Note Edited: 0023541||View Revisions|
|2012-09-07 16:42||Deathsword||Issue Monitored: Deathsword|
|2012-09-07 16:42||Deathsword||Issue End Monitor: Deathsword|
|2012-09-11 13:06||arclance||Note Added: 0023554|
|2012-09-11 20:48||Footkerchief||Summary||Save loads in Windows version but crashes in Linux => Linux version fails to read raw files with uppercase characters in filename|
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