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linuxpyro
24th December 2008, 09:26 PM
Hello, and Merry Christmas to everyone. I am trying to get Maya 8.5 running on Fedora 10. It starts up, but the viewport is blank. In the script editor, I get these errors:



// Warning: Unable to get OpenGL visual with a depth buffer, trying without //
// Error: Unable to get OpenGL visual with these attributes:
RGB, Double buffered //
// Error: OpenGL is not configured properly !! //
// Warning: Unable to get OpenGL visual with a depth buffer, trying without //
// Error: Unable to get OpenGL visual with these attributes:
RGB, Double buffered //
// Error: OpenGL is not configured properly !! //
file -f -new;
// Warning: Unable to get OpenGL visual with a depth buffer, trying without //
// Error: Unable to get OpenGL visual with these attributes:
RGB, Double buffered, Alpha planes //
// Error: OpenGL is not configured properly !! //
// Warning: Unable to get OpenGL visual with a depth buffer, trying without //
// Error: Unable to get OpenGL visual with these attributes:
RGB, Double buffered, Alpha planes //
// Error: OpenGL is not configured properly !! //
// Warning: Unable to get OpenGL visual with a depth buffer, trying without //
// Error: Unable to get OpenGL visual with these attributes:
RGB, Double buffered, Alpha planes //
// Error: OpenGL is not configured properly !! //
// Warning: Unable to get OpenGL visual with a depth buffer, trying without //
// Error: Unable to get OpenGL visual with these attributes:
RGB, Double buffered, Alpha planes //
// Error: OpenGL is not configured properly !! //


I am using an nVidia card (should work; I had this version of Maya running fine on the same machine when I ran Ubuntu on it), and have the drivers installed. According to glxinfo direct rendering is working, and glxgears usually runs at over 2500 fps. I also installed the following mesa libraries:

mesa-demos
mesa-dri-drivers
mesa-libGL
mesa-libGLU
mesa-libGLw
mesa-libOSMesa

In my xorg.conf I set up Xinerama on a single screen (to solve a different problem with Maya crashing) and disabled composite, However, none of this has helped. Has anyone had any luck getting Maya to run on Fedora 10?

By the way, here (http://bokonon.rit.edu/maya.png) is a screenshot, and here (http://bokonon.rit.edu/xorg.conf) is my xorg.conf.

SardoNumspa
5th January 2009, 02:11 AM
I noticed you're missing a couple of Maya options in your Xorg. What videocard are you using?