[GEM-dev] CVS Gem.linux load error: undefined symbol: glUniform4iARB Gem: can't load library
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Mon May 8 09:03:20 CEST 2006
> I know CVS is bleeding edge so this is just a little feedback. My
unfortunately right now the CVS is rather bleeding than edge. (the
anonymous access is really a month or so behind...)
> machine is an AMD64 FC4 machine running in 32-bit mode. I am using
> pd-0.39-1 and Gem from CVS just moments ago (2006-05-07).
> I had a working version of Gem installed except that I couldn't get my
> camcorder to work with pix_video because it was looking at /dev/dv1394
> for my device, where as it should be looking at /dev/dv1394/%d, or so I
> So I download and build the CVS Gem (I also had to ln -s
> /usr/local/include/FTGL /usr/include/FTGL and remove the -msse2 flag to
> get the thing to compile).
which compiler are you running (i don't know fc4 that good...)? what
where the problems you experienced with sse2? the same ones has hans has
reported some days ago??
> When I ran PD I got:
> /usr/local/lib/pd/extra/Gem.pd_linux: undefined symbol: glUniform4iARB
> Gem: can't load library
> What can I do to make this work?
get a newer version of openGL! beat your distributor to ship a current
version (following the OpenGL-2.0 specs)!
as a quick fix you can however disable the openGL-section of Gem (if you
don't need the openGL-wrapper objects) with "./configure
--disable-openGL" and eventually delete the shader-related source files
(Manips/glsl_* and Manips/*program*) before re-compilinig.
> Lastly, but not least, thank you (all) for writing such great software
> and just giving it away. When I become famous (HA! Or at least get out
> of debt!) I want to donate a bunch of money to all the opensource
> packages I use!
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