DRI: libGL warning: driver not supporting visuals
idr at us.ibm.com
Mon Nov 13 15:02:03 PST 2006
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Manuel Barros Reyes wrote:
> Hi, my problem is that I installed an old 3DFx Voodoo 3 card in my
> linux box and the following error comes up when I try 'glxinfo' or
> 'glxgears' (or anything related to opengl I guess).
> manu at Jaco:~$ glxgears
> libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x25
> libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x26
> libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x29
This should be fixed in Mesa CVS as of about an hour ago.
> glxinfo reports that direct rendering is enabled. When I try glxgears
> my CPU usage climbs to 100% and the window stays completely black.
> After I force the app. to quit with ctrl-c and I load again any of the
> these (both glxinfo or glxgears) they print the message above and hang
> themselves once again using 100% of my CPU.
> I discovered that loading glxgears without a window manager (in my
> case Icewm) makes it work, although I only see parts of the gears
> moving and I cant' resize the window. Once I load icewm and retry it
> doesn't work anymore.
> I compiled and installed libglide3 from CVS
> and I have X.Org version: 7.1.1 and Mesa 6.5.1 from the Debian
> Unstable repositories.
> I'm attaching my xorg.log which I believe will be useful, if you need
> more details please ask. (The last line says "DRIUnlock called when
> not locked" I don't think that is normal).
It sounds like some sort of a dead-lock situation, but I'm not able to
reproduce it on my Banshee card. I'll look through your log and see if
there's anything interesting there.
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