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On Mon, 28 Sep 2009 21:52:40 GMT, Spencer Carter wrote: > 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] > > OGLHOME/include > OGLHOME/lib > > 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:
Is this the output of the automatic check that's done, or did you enter
If the former, I'm not sure what's going on as Configure shouldn't find the root directory of OpenGL as /usr/include
Otherwise, if you entered
So if Configure isn't finding OGLHOME automatically, just enter
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