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I have read the prior instances of questions in regard to the OpenGL drivers, yet the fixes that worked for others have been unsuccessful for me. I'm getting the following:
You have selected to use OpenGL driver. Specify the correct path (OGLHOME) where OpenGL is installed in your system. It was found in /usr/include. Press [Enter] to set this path or type the correct one.
You can set '-'(without quotation) to CANCEL the OpenGL flag at all: [/usr/include]
You have selected to use OpenGL driver. But it was not found in /usr/include. Please specify the correct path where OpenGL is installed in your system.
You can set '-' (without quotation) to CANCEL the OpenGL flag at all:
As was suggested in a prior question about the drivers, I installed
libgl1-mesa-dev libgl1-mesa-glx mesa-common-dev and libglu1-mesa-dev
libglu1-mesa-glx was also suggested, but I could not find the package.
Are there more packages I need? I've also tried directing it to /usr/lib. I'm unsure how much difference it makes, but I have an ATI card on a system running Ubuntu 9.04.
Thank you, Spencer Carter
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