June 25, 2019, 8:45am
I have one problem, i used KDE. In new version opensuse 15.0 and 15.1 (in opensuse 42.3 working) not working ssh -X. I sign up through ssh -X firstname.lastname@example.org. and run the program using nvidia and opengl. But I get a buzz in the terminal:
Server On Display localhost:10.0 Has Not Loaded OpenGL Extension.
What with this?
Maybe this StackExchange entry can help with the NVidia / OpenGL issue: <
In addition, due to the system security changes which happened with Leap 15.0 and 15.1, the following points may need attention:
Firewalld – check the Zone currently assigned to the network interface – you may have to use the “Trusted” zone …
ssh – consider using the ‘-Y’ option in addition to the ‘-X’ option.
You may, also, have to wade through the PolicyKit settings …
June 25, 2019, 11:01am
Thanks for answer.
I tried ssh -Y but this is not working to.
Firewalld is off
How change PolicyKit?
June 27, 2019, 9:16am
Thx I solved my problem. Just install mesa libraries like opensuse 42.3.
You didn’t have the Mesa libraries installed?
> zypper search --installed-only mesa
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S | Name | Summary | Type
i+ | Mesa | System for rendering 3-D graphics | package
i+ | Mesa-demo-x | GLX-based demos | package
i+ | Mesa-dri | DRI plug-ins for 3D acceleration | package
i+ | Mesa-dri-nouveau | Mesa DRI plug-in for 3D acceleration via Nouveau | package
i+ | Mesa-gallium | Mesa Gallium GPU drivers | package
i+ | Mesa-libEGL-devel | Development files for the EGL API | package
i+ | Mesa-libEGL1 | EGL API implementation | package
i+ | Mesa-libGL-devel | GL/GLX development files of the OpenGL API | package
i+ | Mesa-libGL1 | The GL/GLX runtime of the Mesa 3D graphics library | package
i+ | Mesa-libGLESv1_CM1 | OpenGL|ES 1.x Common Profile API implementation | package
i+ | Mesa-libGLESv2-2 | OpenGL|ES 2.x API implementation | package
i+ | Mesa-libglapi0 | Free implementation of the GL API | package
i+ | Mesa-libva | Mesa VA-API implementation | package