fwiw I am running RHEL 7.9 and
- if you are RHEL 7.6 my first thought would be to do a
yum update to move to RHEL 7.9 along with the latest mesa; my system yum updated as of today reports
OpenGL version string: 4.6.0 NVIDIA 510.47.03. But I have
- on a rhel 7.9 test pc with no nvidia, glxinfo currently reports
3.3 (Compatibility Profile) Mesa 18.3.4.
however long ago in getting linux to work with vnc and fix [commercial] software programs complaining about OpenGL and falling back to software rendering I put the following two items in an
this seemed to satisfy various [commercial] software checks where it would often spit out a mesa or GL or software rendering warning and not run properly.
.sh file under
/etc/profile.d/ will get upon login for any user, so rename
mesa_custom to your liking, just keep a
.sh suffix; .sh for bash shells, .csh for csh and tcsh logins, and so on. So it's a convenient global way to implement that a user doesn't have to worry about doing themself.