2020-07-30 at 3:30 pm #30935
Yeah, I must have done something unintentional. I reDL’d 3.3 and tried again with no issue in regards to add-on activation. Attached is the output from Terminal after that process. I am still getting the Localhost error in the browser, but this output is definitely different than before.2020-07-31 at 7:56 am #309812020-07-31 at 12:41 pm #30998
Yes, it’s there, and I’ve got over 1Tb of free space (see attached screenshot).
I’m running a retrofitted Mac Pro tower with High Sierra, 12-core Intel Xeon, 64 Gb of DDR3, with an NVidia GTX 980 Ti.
2020-07-31 at 3:44 pm #31015
- This reply was modified 10 months, 3 weeks ago by Holt_Interactive.
I’ve found a strange file path in your error message:
Can you please send us contents of your Blender addons directory:
/Users/USER/Library/Application Support/Blender/2.83/scripts/addons/2020-08-03 at 6:04 pm #31096
This is a strange file path. I went looking for it, and I cannot find that directory. There isn’t a Library folder in my USER folder. I searched for invisible files and it did not show up, under any term used in the folder names of that file path.
2020-08-04 at 7:06 am #311172020-08-04 at 5:55 pm #31159
- This reply was modified 10 months, 2 weeks ago by Holt_Interactive.
Ah! Those tricky tricksters; you’ve got to hold down the alt key as well.
Alright, here’s a screenshot of those contents.2020-08-07 at 10:57 am #31258
I guess that’s the cause of the previous errors. Try to remove or rename that file
and run Blender from the terminal. The message “Address already in use, exiting” can still appear, though.
Co-founder and lead developer at Soft8Soft.2020-08-07 at 3:28 pm #31271
I moved server.py outside of the addons folder and ran Blender from Terminal. The output is attached. Thank you for your continued assistance.2020-08-07 at 4:01 pm #31274
OK, as I thought those errors are gone, but “Address already in use, exiting” is still there. So, if you tell me what version of Verge3D you are currently using I can post a modified version of
server.py, which should output more detailed information about the actual cause of that message, if you replace the
verge3d/manager/server.pyfile with it.
Co-founder and lead developer at Soft8Soft.2020-08-07 at 4:10 pm #31275
Cool, thanks Ivan. I’m running 3.3.0 as of June 30th.2020-08-07 at 4:22 pm #31276
Here’s the archive with the modified server.py file: server.zip. Just replace the file
manager/server.pyin your verge3d distribution with it and try to run Blender again. This time the console output should be more informative.
Co-founder and lead developer at Soft8Soft.2020-08-07 at 5:29 pm #31279
Okay, just replaced that python script, and here’s the attached output.2020-08-10 at 10:31 am #31309
Hmm, it seems that something is wrong with the network configuration on your machine, for example, if the
/etc/hostsfile doesn’t contain an entry for localhost. Can you show the contents of
Co-founder and lead developer at Soft8Soft.2020-08-10 at 12:49 pm #31320
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