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As the title says, I think I broke my Open GL.
(Please nobody ask what I was doing to break it, because I can't remember. )
Now, none of the OpenGL screen-savers work at all. And whenever I try to start an OpenGL application from command line I get the following error:
OpenGL GLX extension not supported by display ':0.0'
It was working fine until I messed with something. (Maybe this'll teach me... but probably not.)
What I would like to know is whether or not I would have to re-install to fix this.
(It won't bother me either way)
I've installed the nvidia drivers. and now I don't have X. I'm posting this using lynx. It's all gone dark!!
Funny stuff over, I'm going to re-install. Maybe it might fix some other issues I have been having.
Like the fact that my keyboard is set to the german (I think) layout, and will not change back, no matter what.
EDIT: Stuff it. I can't be bothered with a re-install. (Not today, anyway.) I found that it did backup my xorg.conf, so now I have X back up. (Posted with Firefox.)
Last edited by hacker supreme; 06-18-2007 at 03:11 PM.
Amarok: [Loader] Starting amarokapp..
Amarok: [Loader] Don't run gdb, valgrind, etc. against this binary! Use amarokapp.
Amarok: [Loader] amarokapp probably crashed!
I got the nvidia drivers from the nvidia site, ran the installer as root (using single user boot). It completed (with no errors which is surprising. ) it installed, and I continued the boot process.
entered runlevel 5, and it tried to start KDM. And failed.