El 2011-10-03 a las 13:27 -0500, Brian Sutherland escribió:
(resending to the list)
> On Oct 3, 2011, at 9:09 AM, Camaleón wrote:
> > On Sun, 02 Oct 2011 22:12:26 -0500, Brian Sutherland wrote:
> >> I have done some searching and can't seem to find an answer anywhere.
> >> This worked fine on Lenny and it is testing ok with Ubuntu Natty. If I
> >> am running squeeze be it native or in a chroot, ppc or i386, I can get
> >> applications to xhost from it but not opengl applications. So loading
> >> xterm pops up an xterm on the remote or main display (in chroot) but
> >> does this:
> >> (squeeze)root@Grackle:~# glxinfo
> >> name of display: :0.0
> >> and nothing till I kill it
> >> glxgears does not print anything and just sits till I kill it.
> > Maybe something has crashed and goes to "/var/log/syslog", "/var/log/
> > messages" or "/var/log/Xorg.0.log"... Can you see any error messages
> > logged in the remote machine?
> >> Like I said other distros on other machines or chroots are fine. It's
> >> just squeeze that won't do it, I have not tried wheezy.
> > I would first compare the VGA driver version for all that computers (from
> > where it works and the ones for squeeze). Different driver versions could
> > lead to different results :-?
> Well it seems the issue is the X server on squeeze is just not so happy about falling back to indirect when accessing a remote display. I set LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT and now all is well. I kind of stumbled upon that but no need to get into the gory detail. So there is the answer if anyone else ever needs it.
Glad you finally sorted out... BTW, what's that variable and what it
LIBGL_ALWAYS_INDIRECT, if defined this will force libGL.so to always
use indirect rendering instead of hardware acceleration. This can be
useful to isolate rendering errors.
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