*** glibc detected ***

Hey, all. I’m working with a simple version of ofxTCPClient to read a TCP stream from a location tracking system. So far it’s working great and I can make circles at the X and Y values of the “tags” in the tracking system as they move in real time. Now I simply want to add an image as a background, but when I try to load the image I get:

*** glibc detected *** /home/novysan/projects/of_preRelease_v007_linux64/apps/addonsExamples/locationTcpClient/bin/locationTcpClient: double free or corruption (top): 0x0000000000f12370 ***
======= Backtrace: =========

and then a very long backtrace.

The loadImageExample works fine, so it has something to do with the network stuff I’m guessing?

Depending where in setup(); I place the loadImage(); call I get slightly different behaviors. If I place the loadImage(); before the tcpClient.setup(); I get the Backtrace. If I place the loadImage(); after the tcpClient.setup(); I get a Seg Fault. Ideas??

Just for giggles I rolled back to Windows and VS2010. Works like a charm with no issues. ??