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_GLOBAL is not a drawable database object[edit | edit source]

Error: A solid editor option not selected[edit | edit source]

Causes[edit | edit source]

Resolutions[edit | edit source]

Error: A database is not open![edit | edit source]

Causes[edit | edit source]

A command has been entered that requires an open database, but no database has been opened.

Resolutions[edit | edit source]

Use the opendb command to create or open a database.

Error db_dircheck: Duplicate of 'A_', given temporary name 'A_A_'[edit | edit source]

Error: db_lookup (foobar.s) failed: foobar.s does not exist[edit | edit source]

Causes[edit | edit source]

  • You have entered a command that refers to a non existent foobar.s object.

Resolutions[edit | edit source]

  • Use the ls command to determine which objects are in the database
  • Create the missing object and try the command again.

Error: foobar.c not created[edit | edit source]

Causes[edit | edit source]

  • A previous error occured whilst attempting to reference or manipulate the foobar.c object. (This is a secondary error.)

Resolutions[edit | edit source]

  • Resolving the previously occuring error should prevent this error message from occuring.

Error: ged_who: argument not understood[edit | edit source]

Causes[edit | edit source]

This error occurs when an attempt is made to run the who command with an argument that is not understood.

Resolutions[edit | edit source]

Rerun the who command with one of the following valid arguments:

  • real
  • phony
  • both

Error: in: tire is not a known primitive[edit | edit source]

Error: skipping foobar.s[edit | edit source]

Causes[edit | edit source]

  • A previous error occured whilst attempting to reference or manipulate the foobar.s object. (This is a secondary error.)

Resolutions[edit | edit source]

  • Resolving the previously occuring error should prevent this error message from occuring.

== Error: invalid command name "foobar"

Causes[edit | edit source]

  • The command you have entered is not valid, or not available from within mged.

Note that the following commands are not valid within mged:

Error: no solids in view[edit | edit source]

Error: tire: need top-level object name[edit | edit source]

BRLC50000 Error: Usage: %[edit | edit source]

Causes[edit | edit source]

This error occurs if an attempt is made to open an interactive shell from within mged, but mged is not in classic mode and does not have an associated tty.

Resolution[edit | edit source]

Restart mged in classic mode (using a -c switch), before attempting to start an interactive shell.

Error: Usage: mater region_name shader r g b inherit[edit | edit source]

Error: couldn't execute "foobar": no such file or directory[edit | edit source]

Error: pkg_open: client connect: errno=2[edit | edit source]

rem_open: can't connect to fb server on host "localhost", port "5559".[edit | edit source]

fb_open: can't open device "0", ret=-3.[edit | edit source]

Error: wrong # args: should be "foo_bar"[edit | edit source]

Error: can't read "rt_control(0,cooked_dest)": no such element in array[edit | edit source]

Raytrace failed.[edit | edit source]

Error: Unable to find solid matching path[edit | edit source]