SERGYI

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  1. Please contact me by email: support.linux@pilgway.com. Provide your online floating serial and number of seats.
  2. Please contact me by email: support.linux@pilgway.com. Provide your online floating serial and number of seats.
  3. Personally, we don't have M1 Macs. But some users reported on the forum and in emails that they are running "3DCoat" on M1. You can freely check that on your Mac using the latest "3DCoat 2022" for macOS from here: https://pilgway.com/~sergyi/links-macOS.html
  4. When I installed the new Ubuntu 21.10 to debug "Bake w/ Normal Map", it turned out that the crash was occurring when calling "pthread_mutex_lock" inside the system library "libc.so.6". I double-checked that the std::mutex is correct (its 40 bytes are not overwritten by some code in "3DCoat"). Thousands of times "pthread_mutex_lock" was successful. But at some point, it wasn't (as I said the std::mutex is valid). This mutex was used in the memory pool class. To workaround this crash for Linux I changed memory allocation from the pool to standard "new" operator (which doesn't require mutex).
  5. This problem has been fixed since "3DCoat 2022.11". The links to the latest "3DCoat 2022" for macOS are always here: https://pilgway.com/~sergyi/links-macOS.html
  6. Licensing instructions for "3DCoat 202x": Sign in to your account on our website: https://pilgway.com/user/login From there click the button [DOWNLOAD LICENSE] (make sure that [IP WHITELIST] is empty). On every workstation make steps from section "3DCoat(Textura) 2021" and the .license-file in this document (pages 1-2): https://pilgway.com/~sergyi/FServer/FServer.pdf
  7. This problem has been fixed in "3DCoat 2022.05" for macOS which has been uploaded today. The link to the latest "3DCoat 2022" for macOS is always here: https://pilgway.com/~sergyi/links-macOS.html
  8. Since "2021.83" the crash in AUTOPO under macOS is fixed. The links to the latest "3DCoat" for macOS are always here: https://pilgway.com/~sergyi/links-macOS.html
  9. AUTOPO is currently in the process of complete reconstruction. AUTOPO crashes in "3DCoat 2021.70". Please use the previous macOS build before AUTOPO reconstruction: https://pilgway.com/~sergyi/3DCoat-2021/3DCoat-2021.67.dmg
  10. New build "3DCoat 2021.71" for Linux should run with its own "LinuxLibs" (3 files). Please check that: https://pilgway.com/~sergyi/links-Linux.html
  11. Thanks for the report! No, we don't know that. It is working on my Ubuntu 20.04 with all updates. And we were hoping that it would work in newer distros because there was a lot of rework in that code (to make it more quick and portable).
  12. "3DCoat 2021.70" for Linux has been uploaded. The links to the latest "3DCoat 2021" for Linux will be always here: https://pilgway.com/~sergyi/links-Linux.html
  13. Here is an update regarding "3DCoat 2021" for Linux. "3DCoat 2021.66" for Linux has been successfully compiled and linked under Ubuntu 20.04 on my desktop. But because there were a lot of changes recently there is a startup crash that is currently under investigation.
  14. Hello, Allabulle! Some time ago after updating Ubuntu 20.04 it stopped booting on my laptop (on which I was building "3DCoat 2021" for Linux). On my desktop, Ubuntu 21.04 was installed. But because of several building problems, I am currently unable to build "3DCoat 2021" on it. So my plan is to eliminate the gap between Linux builds by installing Ubuntu 20.04 on my desktop. Then build and upload the current "3DCoat 2021.6x" (hopefully in the nearest days). The global plan is to migrate the "3DCoat 2021" building onto the new Ubuntu 21.10 and make more regular semi-automated builds.