*edit* Post title should read "CIL image", not "CLI image"
Hugin isn't aligning images automatically for me. I am alerted that the following command fails with exit status 2:
When run in the terminal, it appears that the keypoints are generated, but the eventual error message relates to another command:
autopano-complete --points 20 -o /tmp/foo "/my/photos/01.jpg" "/my/photos/02.jpg" ... "/my/photos/09.jpg"
A little searching revealed that this is a Mono error. I'm (still) running Ubuntu 10.04 32bit. My mono version information is:
Cannot open assembly '/usr/bin/autopano': File does not contain a valid CIL image.
The `autopano` command doesn't seem to have a version information flag, or specify which version of Mono/CLI is required.
Mono JIT compiler version 2.4.4 (Debian 2.4.4~svn151842-1ubuntu4)
Copyright (C) 2002-2010 Novell, Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com
GC: Included Boehm (with typed GC)
Possibly relatedly, one of the startup tips in Hugin states:
I have a package called `autopano-sift` and a command called `autopano`, but no package called `autopano` or command called `autopano-sift`.
The Autopano and Autopano-SIFT programs can be used to create control points automatically. Please install one of them if you haven't already done so.
So my two questions are:
1) Given that my update manager seems satisfied with my current Hugin / autopano-sift / Mono versions, how can I solve this apparent misunderstanding between my installed Mono and the autopano tool?
2) When Hugin talks about "the Autopano and Autopano-SIFT programs", what exactly does it mean? Is there a 'vanilla' autopano package I could install, which would have its own `autopano` program which would solve my issue?