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Old   April 26, 2017, 12:48
Default Error: 'GLintptr' has not been declared
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Hi all,

I am having a problem when I tried to install the paraView in the Ubuntu 16.

The paraView compiles normally up to certain point and I got the message: Error: 'Glintpr' has not been declared.

At the end, it just say that the installation has been complete and it is necessary to set the environment variable. I did that in the bashrc and tried to install again and I got the same error.

Do you have any experience on that, I mean, how to solve this problem.

Please, follow attached a printscreen of the problem.

Cheers.
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