check failed: egetfn (setport): corrupt object

Mar 25, 2006 at 12:56am

check failed: egetfn (setport): corrupt object

Hello list,

Anyone knows what:

> check failed: egetfn (setport): corrupt object

means?

Thanks,
Wojciech

#25056
Mar 26, 2006 at 11:29am

Bad news: Save open documents, preferably under new names, quit Max,
relaunch the program.

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tidings, a bad omen.

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#73244
Apr 5, 2006 at 2:48am

I think this is also the root of some of my troubles here.
Somebody have a clue on the meaning of:

check failed: egetfn (setport): corrupt object

appearing in the Max print window

Running Mac OS 10.4.6, Max/MSP 4.5.7, Jitter 1.5.2

thanks,
shawn

#73245
Apr 20, 2006 at 2:18pm

thought I’d try again here…

I’m using the “hi” object to track a USB device (info. comes across
as mouse data). The “hi” object loses the device from time to time,
and in many cases it requires a reboot of Max to get it back (rarely
hitting “hi” with the device I.D. again fixes it). The device
manages to maintain control over the mouse cursor despite being lost
by Max.

I haven’t ruled out my device entirely as the problem, but I’m still
puzzled by the: “check failed: egetfn (setport): corrupt object” …
and wondering if anyone knows its cause, and if it could be tied to
this sporadic issue.

thanks!

#73246
Apr 20, 2006 at 3:25pm

i had this problem (losing devices) too with HI so i choose to use
junxtion from steim.org
very nice and stable. but it’s an outside app.
t.

#73247

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