[armyops] Armyops cant find drivers

Zannox zannox at linuxgaming.net
Sat Jan 31 16:10:41 EST 2004

Locate your libGL.so.1 and make sure it isn't symlinked to the opengl
libGL.a. I ran into this problem with UT2003 & Tribes 2 after upgrading
to those drivers as well. Had all sorts of weird textrures. When I ran
'glxinfo' it would have some of the features of the Nvidia OpenGL driver
but not all. The problem was because libGL.so was linked to the open
source GL driver libGL.a. Simply removing the symlink to the libGL.a
fixed the problem for me.

On Sat, 2004-01-31 at 14:00, Clayton Bluhm wrote:
> I am having trouble with armyops not being able to find my NVIDIA OpenGL
> drivers.  I have just upgraded my NVIDIA drivers to 5328 (was at 3123)
> and now Armyops, UT2003, and UT cant seem to load the drivers.  glxinfo
> reports on the display, and glxgears runs.  Here is the exact error I
> get from loading armyops:
> Log: Log file open, Sat Jan 31 14:55:42 2004
> Init: Name subsystem initialized
> Log: Your locale: [ANSI_X3.4-1968].
> Init: Unreal Version: 2110
> Init: AGP Version: 2110.2.0.0
> Init: Compiled: Nov 16 2003 16:51:18
> Init: Command line:
> Init: Base directory: /home/nashirak/armyops/System/
> Init: Character set: Unicode
> Init: Object subsystem initialized
> Init: OS Type=x86 Linux
> Init: CPU Detected: PentiumPro-class processor (AuthenticAMD)
> Init: CPU Features: CMov FPU RDTSC PAE MMX
> Init: CPU Speed=1199.676880 MHz
> Init: File handle limit is soft=(1024), hard=(1024).
> Warning: Missing Class Class Editor.TransBuffer
> Init: Unreal engine initialized
> Init: Detected 0 joysticks
> Init: SDLClient initialized.
> Init: Initializing OpenGLDrv...
> Log: binding libGL.so.1
> Critical: appError called:
> Critical: Could not load OpenGL library
> Exit: Executing UObject::StaticShutdownAfterError
> Exit: Executing USDLClient::ShutdownAfterError
> Exit: Exiting.
> Log: Waiting for file streaming thread to finish...
> Uninitialized: Name subsystem shut down
> Uninitialized: Log file closed, Sat Jan 31 14:55:47 2004
> Any thoughts?  
> Thanks

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