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Old 09-02-2002, 08:27 AM   #1
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I lost my openGL support!


Ok i installed slack 8.1 then i got Xine running then it would just close on me said i needed openGL support. So i downloaded dripkg from this site that had the ATI drivers. So i compiled it and XINE worked. Then dumb me wanted to install some of the new dvd support drivers and divx stuff for it. Then when i went to turn on Xine again it says no openGL support. I tried to reinstall the dripkg but it didnt seem to work. Do you guys have any ideas or tests i could run to see if i have openGL support, or where i can get openGL for my slack?
 
  


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