We're running gentoo linux, and just built Equalizer v1.10. During the build, there was this error:
[ 89%] Creating eqPly kd-Tree for rockerArm.ply
/bin/sh: line 1: 17713 Segmentation fault ../../bin/eqPlyConverter /touro/dev/equalizer/v1.10/examples/eqPly/rockerArm.ply
examples/eqPly/CMakeFiles/rockerArm.ply.le64.bin.dir/build.make:58: recipe for target 'examples/eqPly/CMakeFiles/rockerArm.ply.le64.bin' failed
make: *** [examples/eqPly/CMakeFiles/rockerArm.ply.le64.bin] Error 139
CMakeFiles/Makefile2:17249: recipe for target 'examples/eqPly/CMakeFiles/rockerArm.ply.le64.bin.dir/all' failed
make: *** [examples/eqPly/CMakeFiles/rockerArm.ply.le64.bin.dir/all] Error 2
It turns out eqPlyConverter (which is run during the build) would Segv (see above). Darren Lee traced it and found eqPlyConverter linked with opencv. The current version of opencv (media-libs/opencv-2.4.9:0/2.4) builds with qt4 by default. To successfully compile, opencv can be emerged without qt4. Then Equalizer builds successfully.
ie: if you're running gentoo linux, put this line in /etc/portage/package.use
and then "emerge opencv" again (this will build opencv without qt4).
Another alternative might be to build equalizer without opencv - but then there's no opencv.. (?)