Debian Multimedia :: OpenGL Over Vnc

Jan 4, 2016

I have a tightvnc server running on my computer and have my IPAD using a vnc client to connect to it. Everything works fine except for apps that require openGL (eg: minetest,steam). I was wondering how I could use said apps over vnc.

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Debian Multimedia :: OpenGL 3.3 For Intel HD Graphics?

Aug 31, 2015

I have Intel HD Graphics video card on my laptop using OpenGL 3.0 with Mesa 10.3.2, but I need OpenGL 3.3.

Can I upgrade/enable OpenGL >=3.3 on Mesa for my GPU for Debian 8.1 Jessie? How can I do that?

Output of glxinfo | grep OpenGL:

OpenGL vendor string: Intel Open Source Technology Center
OpenGL vendor string: Intel Open Source Technology Center
OpenGL renderer string: Mesa DRI Intel(R) Ivybridge Mobile
OpenGL core profile version string: 3.3 (Core Profile) Mesa 10.3.2
OpenGL core profile shading language version string: 3.30
OpenGL core profile context flags: (none)

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Jul 11, 2010

I'm running Debian Lenny with GNOME on a ThinkPad T43. Some OpenGL apps like the game Trigger run great, while others like Stellarium crash my system beyond recovery. I get a black screen, I can see the mouse cursor and move it at a very slow speed, but nothing else. I can't switch to a different terminal or restart X with ctrl-alt-bksp.

I assume that the problematic apps do not like the laptop's integrated graphics chip? Is there a way to know ahead of time what apps might be troublesome, before actually running them? I hate hard resets.

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Dec 19, 2010

When using the very nice opengl screensavers, rss-glx, etc. the screensavers are very choppy.I tried modifying my xorg.conf but still no go.Anyway to get the rss-glx screensavers to run at normal speed?I read online that Intel disable the hardware acceleration.This is a work laptop but I just wanted to see if I could get it going.

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Oct 19, 2009

I just upgraded from FC8 (32-bit) to FC11 (64-bit). In doing so, I backed up my entire World of Warcraft folder so I could try to avoid having to download and install it all over again. However, I've now reinstalled wine (64-bit now), and the nvidia drivers from the rpmfusion repos (also 64-bit), and when I try to start WoW, it says it cannot load OpenGL. I'm wondering if anyone knows what's up, and if there's a solution that doesn't involve reinstalling WoW.

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May 1, 2010

I just upgraded to 10.04 on my Dell optiplex GX280 and now OpenGL isn't working (xbmc and cairo dock won't start). Here are the (i think) relevant lines from lspci:


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Ubuntu Multimedia :: ATI HD 4890 Does Not Accelerate OpenGL

May 7, 2010

I've just installed the proprietary ATI drivers from the AMD website and that all went fine. After that I restarted my pc and executed the following in the terminal:
atiode -P60 -H localhost:0; echo $?
However, that returns 2 which means that a render error occurred. Also, OpenGL reports that shaders are not supported.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: How To Disable OpenGL MythTV

Aug 3, 2010

I was configuring mythtv and when I was in the video settings I set it up to use OpenGL. Now I can no longer see video and I can't get back to the settings screen to disable OpenGL. Is there a config file that I can edit to disable OpenGL or someway to revert everything back to default. I tried completely removing the frontend and reinstalling it but that didn't do anything.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: OpenGL Not Working With Fglrx Drivers?

Oct 18, 2010

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Debian Programming :: Cannot Get OpenGL Version

Feb 28, 2014

Running under Debian oldstable:

#include <GL/glew.h>
#include <GL/glext.h>
#include <GL/glut.h>
void init(){
const GLubyte* version = glGetString​(GL_VERSION​); // line 2338
printf("version = %s
", version);

The gcc compiler gives me:

code.c: In function ‘init’:
code.c:2338: error: stray ‘342’ in program
code.c:2338: error: stray ‘200’ in program
code.c:2338: error: stray ‘213’ in program
code.c:2338: error: stray ‘342’ in program
code.c:2338: error: stray ‘200’ in program
code.c:2338: error: stray ‘213’ in program

Do I need an additional header?

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Jan 17, 2010

I'm trying to work with the robocup simulator (SIMSPARK), but it doesn't work. Really i don't know why.

The terminal show me the following error and i think that the problem is from UBUNTU and OPENGL :

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Aug 9, 2010

Anyone know a good screen recorder than can record OpenGL games with little or no lag? All the ones I've come across are old and won't compile on newer versions of Ubuntu.

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Ubuntu Multimedia :: Slight Stuttering In OpenGL Program If Using Compiz

Nov 15, 2010

I'm using currently ubuntu 10.10. Having a nvidia gt220 with the proprietary drivers. I used compiz for a while. It works quite well, with vsync on and so on. But one thing bothers me all the time: In any opengl program (like a game or the unigen benchmarks) or on video playback (no matter if its the default video player, xbmc or what ever) I see some kind of stutter. About every second or so it jumps one frame forward and then two back. Till the next second it plays fluid.

To be able to observe this easily you need a video (or a opengl scene) where the whole screen scrolls in a medium speed but smooth. Than you can observ how it "jumps" every second. If the scrolling is too slow you wont observe it. Now, if I turn composite off this disapears. All play fluid. Ofcourse I get tearing as long as I do not also disable the composite extension in the xorg.conf, but this is another story. Is there a possibility to fix this stuttering with compiz active? Cause I use this pc to watch movies quite often so this would render compiz unusable.

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Debian Hardware :: OpenGL 3.1 - Spontaneous Reboots

Aug 29, 2014

I am enjoying spontaneous reboots. Here is my config:

Code: Select allroot@notosh:/home/ckosloff# inxi -bmxxx
System:    Host: notosh Kernel: 3.16-0.towo-siduction-amd64 x86_64 (64 bit gcc: 4.9.1)
           Desktop: KDE 4.14.0 (Qt 4.8.6) info: plasma-desktop dm: kdm
           Distro: Debian GNU/Linux jessie/sid
Machine:   System: TOSHIBA product: Satellite C75D-B v: PSCLEU-003002 serial: 6E028973U
           Mobo: TOSHIBA model: Portable PC v: MP serial: 1 Bios: Insyde v: 1.10 date: 04/30/2014

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I am now using OpenGL 3.1 and Native, any changes I should make there?

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Jul 28, 2015

I have some serious input lag (using gamepad through USB) when using mednafen together with opengl. I am using a ATI HD3000, (built in to motherboard) and debian jessie together with FOSS drivers. If I use overlay instead, the input lag is acceptable, but not as good as it could be. I've tried all the things in the [URL]... mednafen documentation[/url] like turning off vsync, filters and whatnot but it doesn't really make any difference. There is also something about turning off "flip queue size" and Triple buffering but I have not found any way to change these settings for the FOSS driver.

I can use the overlay, but I would prefer to lower the input lag even further and use the opengl driver. I understand that there will always be *some* input lag on a HDTV but why is opengl so slow for me?

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Jun 4, 2011

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Feb 13, 2011

After finally figuring out how exactly how to compile something from source, I did it with Wine. However, there's a problem, when I'm trying to play a game on Steam (Half-Life) on a TNT2 graphics card (With NVIDIA drivers 71.86 installed as well as all of the packages needed to compile Wine from source), everything either lags or has an error.

One of these errors is that OpenGL32 isn't being initialized after attempting to start the game in that mode. Another error (or I should say problem) is that in Direct3D mode, it just.. crashes lol. Also, in Software mode, it LAGS horribly and I don't think it has to do with the hardware limitations I have on this machine. I did however install the glx and gl drivers AFTER I compiled Wine, do I have to do yet another install?

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Feb 5, 2015

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Apr 1, 2014

I'm using Debian Jessie. All the firmware packages are properly installed, and so are the radeon free driver packages.

However, Gallium falls back to llvmpipe, which from what I understand is a software rasterizer and not actually hardware rendering.

Everything works fine except some specific things like KDE's cube animation, which says it can't be enabled because it requires OpenGL.

How do I get Debian to run Gallium properly?

I attached some relevant info...

glxinfo | grep -i opengl

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Mar 4, 2011

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Dec 19, 2010

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Jun 30, 2011

New here so please go easy. I am trying to get OpenGL running on Ubuntu 10.04 (64 bit). The hardware is a Dell box with a NVidia Quadro 600 graphics card; I am also running under VMware.

I tried using "apt-get install nvidia-current", followed by "nvidia-xconfig", which told me a new xorg.conf file had been written. I then rebooted. A dialog appeared saying Ubuntu is running in low-graphics mode and that it had failed to load module "nvidia" and no drivers available.

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I am writing a program that needs to display graphs. Right now I am using Cairo which works well except it is really slow. Drawing 1200 lines locks up my computer (i7 CPU and gtx285 graphics card). I only found examples to use Cairo with GTK DrawingArea can I use OpenGL instead or is there a way to cairo to run faster?

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Feb 28, 2011

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May 31, 2010

I'm trying to get a program to compile with OpenGL support and it's saying that the headers are missing. But I think (or thought!) that I already had Open GL up and running. My suspicion is that I need to install the appropriate -devel files...but I just can't seem to find them. Furthermore, I don't want to tweak my system and install proprietary Nvidia drivers if things are already working just fine.

I have a Geforce 8300 GS in a i586 32bit Dell Inspiron 530. I'm trying to compile Cinelarra and keep getting:


OpenGL 2.0 libraries missing Hardware acceleration using OpenGL 2.0 is disabled

Does anyone know which driver (ie: 96xx? 173xx?) I should be using for this? Where are these libraries? How can I find them and tell Cinelarra where to look?

And even more basically: How do I tell if OpenGL is working or not? Maybe I don't have them afterall..

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Check your X configuaration.

You may also consider changing advanced options, especially changing the composting type. I cannot use OpenGL, hence my Compiz is useless.. I have ATI 5850s

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