[GEM-dev] CVS Gem.linux load error: undefined symbol: glUniform4iARB Gem: can't load library
john.harrison at wichita.edu
Thu May 11 06:55:45 CEST 2006
> Quoting John Harrison <john.harrison at wichita.edu>:
>> BTW did I understand that you went from the ATI proprietary drivers
>> to the open-source ATI drivers? Last I knew, the open-source ATI
>> drivers didn't support direct rendering/3D hardware accel. Has this
> I have an ATI Radeon 9600 M10 and I discovered the r300 sourceforge
> project (http://r300.sourceforge.net/) and then read somewhere that
> the driver had become part of the xorg source (I think).
That doesn't sound right. I don't think xorg has drivers incorporated
into it. The drivers are separate. Either you are using ATI (open
source) or fgrlx (proprietary). What does it say in your xorg.conf file?
> Anyway the propritary drivers were stopping me from using the CCRMA
> kernel and they didn't really seem to speed much up - probably because
> I don't really know enough about what I am doing.
Did you try GEM with both sets of drivers? I just looked up the ATI open
source driver and it still doesn't support 3d accel for the r300 stuff.
Did you try glxgears with both sets of drivers?
> I was told to run quake as a benchmark but I never got around to it.
> Now I am trying to do some projection work for some dancers and I need
> to get gem working with my DV camera while disabeling as little as I
> can within GEM. I am curious if that little line or two of code I
> added will allow Gem to find my camera.
Should still find your camera no problem. But you should just try it.
> I just ran yum update xorg* and 13 packages were updated but I still
> get the error. What are you all using as your display managers?
Gnome, but I don't think that has anything to do with it.
> Any tips?
Are you using openGL? You may want to check out PDP and PiDiP for your
project as well. Come to think of it, I don't know if PDP and PiDiP know
how to find a firewire camera. They work great with usb webcams...
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