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2007.10.01 05:03 "solaris x86-64 bit image port issue : Can not read TIFF directory count.", by Shivraj Patil
2007.10.01 05:46 "Re: solaris x86-64 bit image port issue : Can not read TIFF directory count.", by Bob Friesenhahn
2007.10.01 09:34 "Re: solaris x86-64 bit image port issue : Can not read TIFF directory count.", by Shivraj Patil
2007.10.01 11:02 "Re: solaris x86-64 bit image port issue : Can not read TIFF directory count.", by Shivraj Patil
2007.10.01 15:14 "Re: solaris x86-64 bit image port issue : Can not read TIFF directory count.", by Bob Friesenhahn
2007.10.01 15:01 "Re: solaris x86-64 bit image port issue : Can not read TIFF directory count.", by Bob Friesenhahn

2007.10.01 15:01 "Re: solaris x86-64 bit image port issue : Can not read TIFF directory count.", by Bob Friesenhahn

On Mon, 1 Oct 2007, Shivraj Patil wrote:

> [[shivraj]] Upgraded the Kernel version aacordingly but no success.

Sorry about that.  I did not expect the update to solve a libtiff 
problem.  The issue was fresh on my mind due to applying that patch on 
my own system that same day. :-)

> What version of libtiff are you using?  Can you provide the problem
>
> image?  Does it occur with all TIFF images or just a few?

You did not answer the two questions above.

I am using 3.9.0beta (compiled with GCC 4.2.1) on my own Solaris 10 
Opteron system and have not encountered a problem yet.  I don't think 
that the 4.X code is very usable yet so I can't recommend it.

The libtiff that comes with Solaris 10 is pretty recent (3.8.2) and 
was working fine before I substituted my own build.  Take care that 
the correct libtiff library is actually being used.  If you built 
libtiff with shared libraries, it is possible that the OS version of 
libtiff is accidentally being used.

Bob
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