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Changes between Version 33 and Version 34 of FAQ


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01/13/14 06:36:18 (8 years ago)
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Antoine Martin
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    v33 v34  
    104104Please see [/wiki/Xdummy Xdummy], for acceleration see [http://www.virtualgl.org/ virtualgl]
    105105* "{{{No OpenGL_accelerate module loaded}}}"
    106 You can safely ignore this warning, it only means that some {{{OpenGL}}} operations won't be accelerated. Or you can install the required module: {{{OpenGL_accelerate}}}
     106You can install the required module: [http://pyopengl.sourceforge.net/pydoc/OpenGL_accelerate.html OpenGL_accelerate]  or you can ignore this warning, it only means that some {{{OpenGL}}} operations will not be fully accelerated.
    107107* I get some {{{OpenGL}}} related warnings/errors at runtime:
    108108{{{
     
    120120This is the same issue as the one above, same answer.
    121121* Why don't you fix those {{{OpenGL}}} warnings/errors? Or silence warnings by default?
    122 This is a packaging issue, and those are not our packages. Silencing warnings by default is bad practice, some of those messages may well be legitimate. The developers/packagers should remove those that are not.
     122This is a packaging issue (see [https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1052023 redhat bugzilla], [http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=703585 debian bug]), and those are not our packages. Silencing warnings by default is bad practice, some of those messages may well be legitimate. The developers/packagers should remove those that are not.
    123123Importing a library should not show ugly warnings on screen, especially when the missing libraries it complains about are deprecated and not available for installation. You can see this for yourself with:
    124124{{{