Can’t compile shader in Linux

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  • #29788

    hnyk
    Member

    Hi

    When I try to run a training course it fails and gives an error message saying that shader can’t be compiled. And when Print3D is used it gives error saying that it can’t be initialized. It gives one or the other in every training course or demo that i have tested so far. Any idea what might cause this? I’m using Ubuntu 9.04.

    #33023

    Gordon
    Moderator

    The Linux PC emulation SDK works in the same way as the Windows one i.e. over the host PC’s graphics hardware. What graphics acceleration is present on your Linux machine? What drivers have you installed and can you verify that they are working correctly?

    #33024

    hnyk
    Member

    I have ATI Radeon X1300 256mb and I have installed open source driver (xserver-xorg-video-radeonhd  1.2.4-2) for it. And it should work just fine because it runs glxgears with no problems.

    #33025

    jacekc
    Member

    Hi,

    The fact that glxgears works does not mean that open source driver implement whole requested functionality. Please consider installing official driver from ATI website and the try to run SDK. 

    #33026

    hnyk
    Member

    It seems that it is impossible Cry. Since I have so old graphic card I have to use 9.3 driver and it won’t work in Ubuntu 9.04 since the driver doesn’t support  xorg-xserver 1.6. Is there anything else I could try?

    #33027

    jacekc
    Member

    You could try linux distribution that contains older Xorg , or get more recent graphics card. 

    #33028

    hnyk
    Member

    Sure thing, Captain Obvious! Well, I guess I will then use Windows, but thanks anyway. 🙂

    #33029

    jacekc
    Member

    We are sorry that we cannot provide any other help in that area but your issue does not have anything in common with our SDK. Unless ATI legacy drivers are updated to match recent Xorg You won’t be able to run our SDK.

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