[PD] gem: can't load library
agentengram at gmail.com
Thu Jan 10 04:04:28 CET 2008
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On Jan 9, 2008 12:46 AM, IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> Agent Engram wrote:
> > ># yum install gcc-c++
> > this did it...YEE
> > I also installed mesa-GLU-devel ehich was missing...
> > ALMOST THERE! THANKS ALL...but I am still getting a load error in pd...
> > /home/cgraham/installs/Pd-0.39.3-extended /Gem/src/Gem.pd_linux:
> > /home/cgraham/installs/Pd-0.39.3-extended/Gem/src/Gem.pd_linux:
> > undefined symbol: glUniform2i
> > Gem: can't load library
> this is really a known issue, though it is not in the "KNOWN ISSUES"
> basically it means that your gfx-driver does not support openGL-2.0.
> either try upgrading your driver or downgrading Gem.
> (Gem is a bit optimistic about which openGL-version is expects)
> for the former read the documentation of your driver.
> for the latter, try one of these:
> - configure Gem with "./configure --with-glversion=1.5"
> - delete source-files containing calls to "glUniform..." from the
> Gem-sources and recompile: offending files are
> . Manips/glsl_*.cpp
> . openGL/GEMglUniform1fARB.cp
> - google for "glUniform2i Gem"...
> - convince somebody that they should finally code the glew-support
> (runtime check of openGL-functionality)
> > so I read this....
> > KNOWN ISSUES
> > =============================================
> > -fPIC:
> > so I am running an AMD64 should I be concerned with this issue?
> no, this only affects you, when you cannot _link_ Gem. since you are
> already a step further (not being able to _load_ a compiled/linked Gem),
> the build-system has taken care of this hurdle for you.
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