17. January 2023 at 11:38 #7045lbengineerParticipant
As per title – Qucs 431 just crashes (closes when I try to open an existing project
Qucs 332 works.
There are about 30 sch files and a bunch of other things there.17. January 2023 at 15:24 #7046CarstenParticipant
Could you provide one of the “evil” 😉 schematics?
If you start qs from the command line, is there a message after the crash?18. January 2023 at 15:17 #7047lbengineerParticipant
running qucs.exe from the command line does not show anything on crash (Is there a verbose / debug flag?)
The directory has a lot of files (maybe a few from qucs-3.3). There is some proprietary stuff so I can’t easily share.
But I think there is some more significant problem – because just creating a project – no files in c:/users/username/.qucs/test2_prj
and opening it causes the immediate crash of QS.
Opening a couple of the files are fine – it’s when I open Project that QucsStudio crashes.
It crashes even with an empty project htat I18. January 2023 at 20:28 #7048CarstenParticipant
That sounds tough. I didn’t had similar problems. Probably only Michael can help.
What windows version are you using? e.g. win10 Pro ?H? Maybe that’s a useful info for Michael.
Could you try to move the complete qs program folder to another pc and try it there?
You could also try it with an “empty” .qucs folder (just rename .qucs into .qucs_old and create a new empty .qucs folder)
If that helps, you can populate the .qucs folder with the stuff from .qucs_old step by step and see when it fails7. March 2023 at 10:44 #7130gazzParticipant
I’m seeing something similar. Since I was forced to upgrade from win8.1 to win10 opening a project folder causes a windows pop up and Qucs 4.3.1 exits18. March 2023 at 12:15 #7195rosti75Participant
Qucs opens a project without crashing only when the project is located in the default folder .qucs.
If I open a project in another location, it crashes.
It crashed both in Windows 10 and Windows 11.18. March 2023 at 23:09 #7199rosti75Participant
Hello. I right-clicked on the qucs.exe and ran “Troubleshoot Compatibility”. It is compatible with Windows 8. I saved the setting. Now when I start it and open a project, it doesn’t crash.18. April 2023 at 15:57 #7296gazzParticipant
Thanks, running in windows 8 compatibilty worked for me
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I have been forced to use Windows 11 and I cannot open a project from the .qucs directory without a segmentation fault. I have been looking to see how to increase the stack size for applications running on Windows 11 but I haven’t had much luck so far. I look forward to hearing from anyone with any ideas?11. August 2023 at 14:57 #7504oz1kguParticipant
There is an easy workaround for this:
Close QucsStudio > Open QucsStudio > from the “Projects” pane, doubleclick on the project you want to open.
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