Steam games in source code give OpenGL errors

sudo apt-get update
add sudo apt-get to ia32-libs
sudo apt-get setup lib32z1 lib32ncurses5 lib32bz2-1.0

 

sudo sh -h 'echo "/usr/lib32\n/usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/mesa\n" >> /etc/ld.so.conf.d/.conf ' && sudo ldconfig

 

This happened when I finished updating Ubuntu 20.04. The update list currently has an update for Mesa that will be posted to the Ubuntu repositories. However, the corresponding update may not properly open all games running on Wine and Proton. When opening a game with Wine through the terminal, the following information usually appears: X Request failed: GLXBadFBConfig. So here’s the problem, according to experts, not all games can run on Wine and Proton.

 

I’ve been browsing the discussion forums and I’ve seen posts from some Ubuntu users who used to have the same problem. However, none of them was able to solve this problem on a computer. This frustrates people and is the main reason I have to change Mesa when the kit fails on my best laptop.

So, if you’re lucky,To run games on your Wine as before, you need to downgrade Mesa to a previous version. I’m looking for items with the goal of downgrading and this is getting really complicated. Yes, I may be an inexperienced Linux user who understands all exact systems.

 

Next, I looked for articles that only discuss installing the stable Mesa driver. And here is the impact of installing Mesa Stable on Ubuntu:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:kisak/kisak-mesa

appropriate sudo update

correct sudo update

After this process is completed, the Ubuntu Mesa version becomes a good version, although it seems that the version running on my laptop is not the latest version.

By updating someone’s stable version of Mesa, I helped fix an OpenGL bug. All games using Wine and Proton will work without problems again.

Also, I bought The Witcher I 2, I press our own play button, the launcher opens, I press “start game”, your current launcher disappears and won’t start… one ~topic~, but I combined our posts for both issues).

My settingsand:
Ubuntu GNOME 14.04 GeForce 64bit
nvidia 9800 GT
2 GB RAM (yes, I know)
Intel Core 2 Duo

I’ve searched for a solution for both, but haven’t found anything. Can someone help my site with this?

OpenGL Context glx does not implement direct rendering, which can potentially cause performance issues.

See https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=9938-EYZB-7457 for more information.

 

OpenGL vendor string: VMware, Inc.
OpenGL Render Pipeline: llvmpipe (LLVM 9.0 256-bit)
OpenGL Main Profile Version: 3.3 (Main Profile) Mesa 19.2.8
Base OpenGL profile spanning language version string: 3.30
Red flags for OpenGL region context profiles: (none)
OpenGL base profile frame mask: base profile
Vital OpenGL profile extensions:
String version of OpenGL: 3.1 Mesa 19.2.8
OpenGL color providing language version string: 1.40
OpenGL flags: context (none)
OpenGL extensions:
OpenGL ES profile version chain: OpenGL ES 3.0 Mesa 19.2.8
The language version string of the previous entry OpenGL ES Shading: OpenGL ES GLSL ES 3.ES 00
opengl profile extensions:

It will tell you which sample image driver you have installed. By default Ubuntu can installMesa-based driver that does not support OpenGL 4.1. To get the full service, you need to download the proprietary Get your GPU driver.

With this in mind, you must install the driver yourself. Check the following: https://launchpad.net/~oibaf/+archive/ubuntu/graphics-drivers

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:oibaf/graphic drivers
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get update

After that, restart most of the program. Try restarting the online application. It works!

When I try to start Steam, the IT department shows this message along with a crash. This can happen after installing Ubuntu Studio 20.04 on my laptop.

My GPU will probably be a Geforce GT635M and I also have this nvidia-driver-390 installed. i

 

When glxinfo is added to the airport terminal, it shows your output:

 

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I wonder where this is goingt process, but when I try to run the absolute source game, it throws an OpenGL error from your ‘glColormaskindexedEXT’ waypoint. I can’t help but select for my charting account and if I find an order type to extract I’ll take that

*-Show: 0
Overview: VGA Compatible Controller
Product: RV516 [Radeon X1300/X1550 series]
Vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI]
ID: physical 0
Bus information: pci@0000:01:00.0
Edition: 00
Width: 64 bits
Wall clock: 33MHz
works: pm pciexpress vga_controller msi bus_master cap_list rom
Setting: driver=radeon latency=0
Resources: irq:16 memory:c0000000-cffffffff memory:dfde0000-dfdeffff ioport:dc00(size=256) memory:dfe00000-dfe1ffff
*-Show: 1 UNCLAIMED
Description: Display Controller
Product: RV516 [Radeon X1300/X1550 Series] (secondary)
Vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. [AMD/ATI]
Physical inner diameter: 0.1
Vehicle information: pci@0000:01:00.1
Edition: 00
Width: 64 bits
Clock: 33MHz
Skills: afternoon pciexpress bus_master cap_list
Setting: delay = 0
Resources: Storage: dfdf0000-dfdffffff

Please help everyone solve this problem! I am participatingin competitions other than Half-Life 1 on Linux!

I have a GTX770, but I think you may need to provide proprietary AMD drivers.

 

X1300 or similar is definitely an old legacy card from before AMD bought ATI. Even AMD considers it “deprecated” and I think the only support they currently have on Linux is the standard Radeon driver, so the situation won’t be enough to try a great driver for it. While chips or better have been around for a long time, the Radeon driver works well for most options. I have an X1300 on an old PC and an X1300 Mobile still on a 2005 laptop, but there are no latest versions with Ubuntu releases and they didn’t work with the fglrx prompt back then, so I don’t have them, I haven’t really tried with Steam.</p >

Linux Steam and Steam Flash games seem to work with Nvidia graphics and drivers. But if it could all be an old PC with an AGP PCI-E slot, this morning I don’t know what better graphics cards are still available or can just be found for them.

X1300 or a related card is definitelyare an old obsolete card that existed before AMD bought ATI. Even AMD considers it “deprecated” and I think the only resolution it currently has on Linux is the lagging Radeon driver. So who wouldn’t do very well to try an amazing driver for that. However, the chip or whatever has been around for a long time, which means the Radeon driver works great for most features. I have an X1300 on an old PC and a mobile X1300 with a laptop from 2010 but not the latest that has Ubuntu builds and even then they didn’t work with fglrx autopilot so I don’t even have them with me. Tried it. p>