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On Tue, 29 Sep 2009 10:57:17 GMT, Ben Morgan wrote:
> 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 > /usr/include as the search path? > > 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 /usr/include as OGLHOME, then that's what's > causing the issue. OGLHOME is the 'root' directory for OpenGL, so is the > directory containing include , lib directories etc. On Ubuntu OGLHOME > should be /usr , and will, in most cases, be found automatically (you've > installed mesa-common-dev which contains the relevant files). > > So if Configure isn't finding OGLHOME automatically, just enter /usr and > it should be o.k. > > Ben.
/usr/include is the directory it selected by default. However, it was able to find the drivers when I directed it to /usr instead.
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