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Offline insectile

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« Posted 2005-01-02 21:59:03 »

I'm trying to get started with the demos and I'm running into some problems.  First, when I run the demos using javaws.exe from the demos page, they work correctly and can be used, but when I close the applicated, 100% of the time, it reboots my computer (Win XP Pro sp 2).  I then tried to compile and run the demos from inside of eclipse so I could try to catch what was going wrong, and I can get it to compile, but when I start it, it tells me that I don't have gl.dll (not jogl.dll, that is installed and is found).  I searched my drive for this file, and found a copy in my FarCry directory, so I put that and cg.dll in the path and then I would get:
"The procedure entry point cgGLUnbindProgram could not be located in the dynamic link library cgGL.dll."

Where do I get updated copies of these DLLs to use with JOGL?  I have googled it and very little is mentioned about these DLLs.  I have the feeling they should be installed with my video card drivers, but I have the most recent NVidia drivers available.

JRE 1.5.0, NVidia driver 66.93 on a 6800GT.

Offline Herkules

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2005-01-03 05:37:27 »

Hm, what exactly are you talking about? Java3D? Java3D is not related to JOGL in any way.

Or is it JOGL itself you are heading for?

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Offline insectile

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« Reply #2 - Posted 2005-01-03 19:14:01 »

Oh sorry - I thought this was the correct forum for JOGL - I am trying to run the demos here:

I realize there is a 'Java3D' specifially, but I thought the forum name 'Java 3D' just meant it was for general 3D programming in Java.  The description is just "3D graphics programming in Java", so I thought this was the place to be.  I'll repost this in the specific forum to JOGL.

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Offline Herkules

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« Reply #3 - Posted 2005-01-03 20:25:18 »

I suspected something like that Smiley

The guys over there will be able to help better....

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