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What X server are you running, Xsun or Xorg ?
One way to see it:
ptree $(pgrep dtlogin)
I am using XSun
Originally Posted by jlliagre
What is your graphic card ?
What is the driver used by your X server ?
Here the output from kdmconfig
Video Device: Intel Corp. 82815 CGC [Chipset Graphics Controller]
Video Driver: XF86-I810
Resolution/Colors: 1024x768 - 256 colors @ 85Hz
Screen Size: 16-inch (41cm)
Monitor Type: Plug and Play Mfreq 16 Inch CPQ1366 (up to 1280x1024 @ 60Hz)
Here is exactly how I get this GLx missing thing. I telnet to a remote machine , this machine has the program that uses OpenGL. I start the program and I can't see a thing, the place were I should see the drawing is empty. And when I looked in the console I saw the GLX missing message. I hope I made this clear.
Last edited by azazel11998; 04-23-2007 at 04:26 AM.