Google Earth for Linux works on FreeBSD
ganbold at micom.mng.net
Wed Jun 14 09:09:03 UTC 2006
Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> Quoting Ganbold <ganbold at micom.mng.net> (from Wed, 14 Jun 2006
> 14:12:56 +0900):
>> Works here with some glitch.
>> I got one time crash and probably it is not related to FreeBSD. Did
>> portupgrade few days ago.
>> gdaemon# googleearth
>> Google Earth has caught signal 11.
>> Stacktrace from glibc:
>> ./googleearth-bin(__gxx_personality_v0+0x212) [0x804ab32]
>> ./googleearth-bin [0x804b133]
>> /lib/libpthread.so.0 [0x29d289ad]
>> /lib/libpthread.so.0 [0x29d22aea]
>> /lib/libc.so.6(__clone+0x57) [0x29cc8017]
> Please tell us the linux_base port and linux-X11 port you use with
> every bug report.
Sorry about that. When I installed google-earth from ports there were
installed following as a dependency packages:
linux-XFree86-libs-184.108.40.2062_7 XFree86 libraries, Linux binary
linux_base-8-8.0_15 Base set of packages needed in Linux mode (for
linux_dri-4.4.0 Binary Linux DRI libraries for 3D hardware
> This may be a problem with the linux base port you are using.
> If you use any linux_base port different from the default one or from
> fc4, please deinstall it it and install a "good one".
Which one is "good one" then? I thought it could pick up the good one
during the installation as a dependency. Maybe I'm wrong here or
google-earth port should be updated to use good linux_base port.
> If you use fc4, you also have to use the linux-xorg libs instead of
> the XFree86 ones (you most likely will not have hardware acceleration
> then, we haven't updated the linux_dri port yet).
Google-earth complained using OpenGL with software emulation. FYI, I
have i945G board with integrated graphic card.
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