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fsolve() from scipy crashes python on windows

When I call optimize.fsolve(...) python interpreter crashes immediately,
no error messages, nothing, just brings me back to c:\
On linux the same code works fine. I tried it on different computers. I
seems that it doesn't crash on pentium4, only on athlon and pentium2.

python 2.4.3 (activestate), scipy 0.4.8/0.4.9, windows xp
Regards,

Vedran FuraŤ
Jun 7 '06 #1
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Vedran Furańć wrote:
When I call optimize.fsolve(...) python interpreter crashes immediately,
no error messages, nothing, just brings me back to c:\
On linux the same code works fine. I tried it on different computers. I
seems that it doesn't crash on pentium4, only on athlon and pentium2.

python 2.4.3 (activestate), scipy 0.4.8/0.4.9, windows xp


Please ask on scipy-user.

http://www.scipy.net/mailman/listinfo/scipy-user

We will need some more information, like how you build scipy (or exactly which
binary you are using), what version of numpy you are using with scipy, and the
exact code that causes the crash.

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Robert Kern

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that is made terrible by our own mad attempt to interpret it as though it had
an underlying truth."
-- Umberto Eco

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