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Old   April 10, 2015, 00:28
Post Paraview error
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Dear OpenFOAM users,

I have a problem in implementation of paraview.
I did remote connection from my personal computer to the other computer installed the paraview(equipped the graphic card)

when i tryed to implement paraview, the error message appeared below

ERROR: In /home/openfoam/OpenFOAM/ParaView-4.1.0/VTK/Rendering/OpenGL/vtkOpenGLCamera.cxx, line 167
vtkOpenGLCamera (0x3444280): failed after Render 1 OpenGL errors detected
0 : (1282) Invalid operation

for me it seems as if something is missing
Any idea?
Please teach me.
thanks for reading my thread
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Old   February 18, 2016, 03:51
Default It is a bug in paraview
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Hi Mooon,
I am not sure whether you have solved this problem, if not, plz refer to
Stereo interlace problem
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