|July 7, 2014, 04:51||
Can not launch pvserver
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maybe you know that I am testing to get paraview running on my server to check if I have a faster rendering than on my local machine.
Therefor I use OSMesa and installed it from packages. All other necessary things should be available and the compilation of paraview-4.0.1 (form source) gave no error message.
I compiled it with ccmake and make the modifications given here: http://www.paraview.org/Wiki/ParaVie...llel_Rendering (third way with --off-screen-rendering)
Additionally I made the mpirun available.
After configurate I get the message: PV will build with MESA support and make and make install run successfully.
After starting pvserver I get the following error message:
./pvserver: error while loading shared libraries: libvtkPVServerManagerApplication-pv4.0.so.1: cannot open shared object file: no such file or directory
Thanks in advance.
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