Installation Salome 6.4.0 on Ubunto 12.04
Installation Salome 6.4.0 on Ubunto 12.04Posted by Herwig Landschuetzer at April 28. 2012
I just compiled salome under Ubuntu 12.04 (Debian 6.0, 64 bit) - worked but after running Salome it hang up with following terminal output: Xlib: extension "GX" missing on display ":0"
Re: Installation Salome 6.4.0 on Ubunto 12.04Posted by DAVID Gilles at April 28. 2012
As Ubuntu 12.04 has just been released, Salome 6.4.0 was not tested on this platform.
However, it was successfully compiled and tested on Debian Sid, sothe problem must come from a specific Ubuntu trick.
I'll try to test it next week.
Re: Installation Salome 6.4.0 on Ubunto 12.04Posted by Herwig Landschuetzer at April 28. 2012
I've solved this problem - was caused by the NVIDIA graphics driver - after deleting of the driver, Salome 6.4.0 is running
Re: Installation Salome 6.4.0 on Ubunto 12.04Posted by Joni-Pekka Kurronen at May 02. 2012
How you managed to remove NVIDIA ? If you remove NVIDIA you
can not use UNITY ?
I'am currently useing Salome_mexa 2012 but it gives SIGSEV time to time,...
Re: Installation Salome 6.4.0 on Ubunto 12.04Posted by Jafar Mahmoudi at May 02. 2012
Could you kindly send a mail and explain how I can install Salome 6.4 on my Ubuntu 12.4 (Wubi). I tried many different tricks and still not working! (my mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance
Re: Installation Salome 6.4.0 on Ubunto 12.04Posted by DAVID Gilles at May 03. 2012
I can tell you in this thread : i just install the universal binaries by executing the .run file.
I didn't test the other installers (Install wizards).
I didn't try to compile on Ubuntu 12.04 yet, but I can try (it's quite a long process since all the prerequisites are compiled).