[vtkusers] VTK, MacOS and X11
Johnny C. Norris II
jnorris at mcs.anl.gov
Thu Jan 27 11:13:51 EST 2005
Thanks, I looked at the configuration, but the only difference from what
I tried before was that OSMesa was turned on. I tried again anyway,
and I still get the undefined references. :-(
X forwarding is on. I can pop up xterms, etc.
I've read that you can't run an OpenGL program on a Mac and have it
display on another computer unless you're logged into the Mac's console.
Someone please tell me this isn't true.
Jon H Kaspersen wrote:
> Hi Johnny,
> I have a nightly build of VTK+X11 on Mac OS X set up. You can find
> yesterdays results here
> The site name is G4_Cube_X11_SINTEF
> As you can see around 20 tests fails.
> You'll find the build details by looking at the
> CMakeCache.txt file
> Are you trying to forward a X display from this
> Mac ?
> You might have to check that Xforwarding is ON.
> Look at http://developer.apple.com/qa/qa2001/qa1232.html
> On Jan 27, 2005, at 12:19 AM, Johnny C. Norris II wrote:
> Martin Costabel wrote:
> Johnny C. Norris II wrote:
> Thanks for the suggestion. I changed the OpenGL settings to:
> It didn't help, however. I still get exactly the same errors.
> What is working for me (and for the Fink vtk-py23 package):
> This is for the released version 4.4.0, though, not for the
> latest from CVS.
> Thanks, but apparently this doesn't work anymore.
> Building shared library
> /usr/bin/libtool: can't locate file for: -l-lGL
> /usr/bin/libtool: file: -l-lGL is not an object file (not allowed in
> a library)
> make: ***
> Error 1
> I also tried this:
> but got basically the same error as above.
> I also tried:
> (notice the STRING instead of FILEPATH) but I still get the
> unresolved symbols.
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