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What does LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT=1 actually do?

KDE SC 4.5.0 has some problems with some video cards including mine. Upon Release Arch recommended several workarounds. One of which was export "LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT=1" before starting KDE I ...
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Segmentation fault when trying to run glxgears via virtualGL

(Follow-up on How to efficiently use 3D via a remote connection?) I installed the amd64 package on the server and the i386 one on the client. Following the user's guide I run this on the client: ...
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How to efficiently use 3D via a remote connection?

I have one weak PC (client) but with acceptable 3D performance, and one strong PC (server) which should be capable of running an application using OpenGL twice, i.e. once locally and once remotely for ...
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How could running strace be fixing my OpenGL issue?

Since a recent major upgrade to my distribution (PLD Linux), I have been having trouble with a whole slew of programs. As best I can tell, anything that touches OpenGL or PulseAudio segfaults. I'm ...
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X11 forwarding an OpenGL application from a machine running an NVIDIA card to a machine with an AMD card

I'm interested in forwarding an X11 session over SSH, in order to launch a remote process that utilizes OpenGL (specifically, gazebo for anyone familiar.) The problem that I seem to be running into ...
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GLX extension not working properly with xvfb

I have an Ubuntu 14.04 system with the following packages installed: libegl1-mesa:amd64 libegl1-mesa-drivers:amd64 libgl1-mesa-dri:amd64 libgl1-mesa-dri:i386 libgl1-mesa-glx:amd64 ...
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Linux 3D graphic libraries

What libraries can be used for 3D graphics on Linux? Are there big differences for 3D graphics programming between Linux and Windows? I found about DirectX and OpenGl by searching, but I'm not sure ...
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How to enable OpenGL rendering on Fedora 18 with an Intel Corporation 82852/855GM? [closed]

On an older laptop that runs Fedora 18, and has a Intel Corporation 82852/855GM Integrated Graphics Device, I cannot get OpenGL to run on it. In fact, I have no 3D acceleration whatsoever. I have ...
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Getting OpenGL to work under Ubuntu

I have an Intel graphics card, of which I can't tell whether or not it's being recognized. When I go through GUI to the System Info section, it states that my graphics card is unknown. Despite this, ...
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Using software OpenGL rendering with X

I want to try the most basic OpenGL driver, in order to find out what's the problem of my X server with OpenGL. I want then to have X use software rendering for OpenGL, like windows do with ...
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How do I tell if a Wine application uses hardware or software rendering?

I'm building an appliance/kiosk-type machine which is going to run a single fullscreen Wine application (Synthesia). I'm using Arch Linux running LXDE on an original 7-inch EeePC (well, souped up to ...
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What happened to the GLP OpenGL extension?

I need to do headless hardware accelerated server rendering using OpenGL and found out that this is possible with pbuffers and frame buffer objects (FBO). But today these approaches still need a ...
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X stuck when using OpenGL

On a stock Dell, RHEL 5.3, my X gets stuck when running any OpenGL program for more than a few seconds. After a few seconds, the screen freezes, and after another few seconds sometimes the screen ...
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Upgrading OpenGL Drivers

I'm trying to learn OpenGL and most tutorials on the internet only offer guidelines for OpenGL 3.0 and higher. So I looked for my OpenGL version and glxinfo | grep OpenGL yields this: OpenGL ...
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What steps are involved in porting an Xorg OpenGL app to DirectFB?

I'm looking for a birds-eye view on porting a small app1 that uses some OpenGL functions from it's home on Xorg to run in a more stand-alone fashion using DirectFB. I am unfamiliar with both C and ...
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optirun and ssh -X

I would like to run a remote OpenGL program through ssh tunneled with the -X option. My laptop has Optimus so anything using OpenGL has to go through optirun (bumblebee). This would explain why I ...
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How to get Evolution to run in VNC on Debian/Wheezy?

For many years I've been in the habit of, when away from home, VNC-ing (over ssh) back into my "home machine" and running Evolution (for email, contacts etc) in a tightvncserver environment there. ...
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Where to start to learn OpenGL [closed]

As OpenGL evolves, it seems that there are three camps: OpenGL legacy, packed with "deprecated APIs" OpenGL ES, for embedded systems OpenGL "new stuff" which comes out every couple of months. If I ...
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Why does `xvfb-run glxgears` fail with an swrast error?

xvfb is supposed to let me run X programs in a headless environment. But when I run xvfb-run glxgears, I get: libGL error: failed to load driver: swrast libGL error: Try again with ...
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OpenGL acceleration stopped working after upgrading to Wheezy

After upgrading recently from Squeeze to Wheezy, my 3D acceleration suddenly stopped working. I'm using IBM Thinkpad T60 with ATI M52 [Mobility Radeon X1300]. I found in Xorg.0.log: [ 48286.173] ...
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Wine fails with DirectX on Pinguy

I am trying to use Wine to play a 3d game on Linux that will run as long as the base system has the correct Direct X rendering. I have tried the Wine configurations and come up with: ...
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How to get the size of GPU memory available for OpenCL?

How is it possible to get the size of the memory on a GPU, which is available for programs with use OpenCL for computations, such as darktable? I know of lspci which gives some general informations, ...
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Play crawl-tiles over SSH from Windows with PuTTY

I have a headless Raspberry Pi running PiBang (swapping to Raspbian soon since PiBang is no longer supported) which I'd like to play Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup over ssh. When I try to run crawl-tiles ...
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Having nVidia OpenGL 32bit driver on a 64bit Debian system in multiarch

I'm trying to install 32 bit nVidia drivers on my 64-bit system (to get wine working with OpenGL). So I tried: root@grzes:/lib# aptitude install libgl1-nvidia-glx:i386 libxvmcnvidia1:i386 The ...
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How to enable WebGL in Chrome or Firefox?

I want to try out WebGL as I'm learning OpenGL currently and, well yeah, kind of interested in how WebGL looks like. I tried some demo sites like this or that. But unfortunately they don't work. I ...
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Slackware 14.0 upgrade OpenGL

I wanted to run a tutorial program for OpenGL in my Slackware 14.0. It compiled well, but when I try to run it, it quits with an error: error: GLSL 3.30 is not supported. Supported versions are: 1.00 ...
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Mesa EGL not working, not even initializing

Nearly a week now, and I can't figure out what's wrong! Any pointers would be appreciated (pun intended)! Ubuntu 12.04 x86_64 Mesa-8.0.4 ./configure --enable-64-bit --enable-pic -enable-opengl ...
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Why FOSS 3d performs so badly, compared to proprietary. Trying to understand

I know this is not the best question, I'm just trying to understand what needs improvement. I just read a Phoronix article, which compared the FOSS radeon drivers a 5 years old FGLRX catalyst. As ...
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OpenGL in Fedora as a VMWare guest under Windows 7

I installed Fedora 14 (64-bit) on a Windows 7 64 bits system, as a guest in VMWare. I can't use OpenGL support, Compiz and other openGL programs do not work. I searched on Google; I found solutions if ...
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Mesa Compile results in unusable drivers?

I built mesa from git on debian wheezy following the instructions here. I had to build libdrm_intel from source as well, as the version in the repo was too old. I'm on a T500 with integrated ...
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Can't open Natron on Ubuntu?

I have tried to install and use Natron Softaware for Ubuntu, but when it finished install, it didn't open and show a message Missing OpenGL requirements Please, see the pic How can I fix it?
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GLX extension missing on display “localhost:10.0”

I have installed scilab 5.5.1 on rocks based cluster(with GPU card & nvidia driver installed), and i am able to successfully use scilab on the same . Issue arises when i need to use scilab from a ...
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Minimizing display lag. Graphics software stack? Process priority? RTOS?

I am looking to come up with a setup to minimize display lag for psycophysics and electrophysiological reaction time experiments. I'm not talking about costly graphics computations on every frame, ...
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x11grab flickers in OpenGL draw areas

I'm using ffmpeg's x11grab to do some screencasting. It works pretty well except on 3D stuff. In particular it seems like 3D draw areas flicker in and out. You can see an example of it here. The ...
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Looking for obsolete “libGLcore.so.1”

I've installed Steam on Debian using the Steam Wheezy Installer. On start up it says it's missing the 32-bit library libGLcore.so.1. Doing a package search I find it only exists in old nVidia drivers, ...
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Buildroot OpenGL Capable Backend

I'm trying to configure QT 5 through buildroot and some options are not available with the message requires an OpenGL-capable backend. I'm using buildroot 2013.08-rc1 but the same message comes up ...
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Wine/PoL giving numerous errors in Fedora 17

I've been trying to run a handful of indy games for Windows on my laptop through Wine, but got a bunch of errors along the lines of: wine: created the configuration directory '/home/jude/.wine' ...
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How can I tell what version of OpenGL my machine supports on Arch Linux?

How can I tell what OpenGL versions are supported on my (Arch Linux) machine?
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How to execute the .exe which code by opengl in Ubuntu?

Here, I have some sample code which are tutorials for OpenGL. They are developed in Visual Stdio 2008 or 2010. Now, I want to execute the .exe through by wine. How to do that?
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Diagnosing a freezing system, or renderer

Some quick background, I am running Fedora 19 x86_64 on a Dell Latitude with a 2nd gen i7 and discrete nvidia graphics card. I have some rather obnoxious problems where the screen doesn't seem to ...
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How can bad OpenGL calls cause whole system crash?

I'm developing OpenGL game and I've copied portion of code with similar function code was partially modified for it's new function, but there was still some bugs. This code was calling OpenGL ...
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How to install video driver in Debian?

I have an old computer with an ATI Radeon 1150. I installed Debian but I don't have a driver for hardware accelerated OpenGL. What should I do?
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opengl/glx core dumps - generic intel linux drivers, RHEL6

Recently, I switched from using a dedicated ATI video card and proprietary drivers to the onboard Intel video card and default/generic Intel drivers because the ATI video card was damaged and I ...
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Installing OpenGL in fedora 14

I am trying to install OpenGL on my Fedora. But first I am confused with some concepts. I am using ATI Radeon 5470 card and I downloaded the driver from the official website. Here is the link I ...
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SEGFAULT error 4 in libX11 on another X display caused by War Thunder

I read tons of info about performance boosting for linux gaming. One of them is to run games on a separate X server. After hours of search and tries, I ended up with something "working" for most of ...
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Games are lagging, chromium “hardware acceleration unavailable” Debian Wheezy 7

after a long time of using Ubuntu I've decided to move to Debian (#!), well, it's great but - For some reason, not like on Ubuntu, games are lagging and chromium doesn't have the hardware acceleration ...
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Confused about the purpose of MESA with proprietary nVidia drivers

Since a MESA upgrade today (10.2.5-1 -> 10.2.6-1 in Debian Sid, which is unbearable lately, keep away), I noticed 3D-dependant applications complaining about missing the software rasterizer swraster - ...
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Xlib error “extension ”GLX“ missing on display” on VirtualBox guest OS

I have a remote build-machine with Jenkins and I'm trying to run GUI application. In Jenkins I installed Xvnc plugin, which uses TightVNC Server, but each build has failed. Earlier, there was a ...
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Mac Firebreath plugin port to Linux (dependencies)

I have Firebreath plugin for Mac that I need to port to Linux. I am trying to find the replacement dependencies for the Linux version. Here is the dependencies I have in my cmake for Mac: ...
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Thinkpad T420s Intel HD 3000 poor performance

just installed crunchbang, and find it a bit laggy so checked glxinfo and it seems that i have no OpenGL-Support: OpenGL vendor string: Tungsten Graphics, Inc OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI ...