Error report with daa-meganizer: Failed to load native library:sqlite-3.30.1

Hi MEGAN community:
I have the following error report by using daa-meganizer in MEGAN Community Edition (version 6.21.7, built 23 Jun 2021) under conda environment. Has anyone encounter the same problem?

(MEGAN) zhichao@sulfur:/slowdata/data1/test/Download_reads$ daa-meganizer -i mgm4441598.3.daa -v -mdb /slowdata/databases/megan-map-Jan2021.db > tmp
Meganizer - Prepares (‘meganizes’) a DIAMOND .daa file for use with MEGAN
–in: mgm4441598.3.daa
–longReads: false
–classify: true
–minScore: 50.0
–maxExpected: 0.01
–minPercentIdentity: 0.0
–topPercent: 10.0
–minSupportPercent: 0.05
–minSupport: 0
–minPercentReadCover: 0.0
–minPercentReferenceCover: 0.0
–minReadLength: 0
–lcaAlgorithm: naive
–lcaCoveragePercent: 100.0
–readAssignmentMode: readCount
Classification support:
–mapDB: /slowdata/databases/megan-map-Jan2021.db
Deprecated classification support:
–parseTaxonNames: true
–firstWordIsAccession: true
–accessionTags: gb| ref|
–threads: 8
–tempStoreInMemory: false
–verbose: true
Version MEGAN Community Edition (version 6.21.7, built 23 Jun 2021)
Author(s) Daniel H. Huson
Copyright © 2021 Daniel H. Huson. This program comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY.
Java version: 14.0.1
Failed to load native osinfo: Linux/x86_64
java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: /tmp/ /tmp/ failed to map segment from shared object
Exception in thread “main” java.lang.UnsatisfiedLinkError: ‘void org.sqlite.core.NativeDB._open_utf8(byte[], int)’
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/org.sqlite.core.NativeDB._open_utf8(Native Method)
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/org.sqlite.core.NativeDB._open(
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/org.sqlite.SQLiteConnection.(
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/org.sqlite.jdbc3.JDBC3Connection.(
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/org.sqlite.jdbc4.JDBC4Connection.(
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/org.sqlite.JDBC.createConnection(
at sqlite.jdbc@3.30.1/org.sqlite.SQLiteConfig.createConnection(
at megan/megan.accessiondb.AccessAccessionMappingDatabase.(
at megan/megan.accessiondb.AccessAccessionMappingDatabase.getContainedClassificationsIfDBExists(
at megan/
at megan/

What operating system version are you running on? This looks like an OS issue.

I finally solved it by running this setting for JAVA before meganizer:
This is to set the java temp folder to under your account