[Chimera-users] Chimera issue

Greg Couch gregc at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue Nov 15 16:14:57 PST 2011

That error message means that there are conflicting OpenGL libraries on 
your Linux system.  It typically occurs when you have installed the 
NVidia graphics drivers and forgot to reinstall them after updating your 
kernel.  If you reinstall the NVidia driver, it should remove the 
conflicting library and chimera will no longer warn you about the 

     -- Greg

On 11/15/2011 02:52 PM, Jason Mears wrote:
> I installed Chimera on my linux machine, and there is an issue when I 
> try to open a session (See attached img). It tells me that I need to 
> update the graphics card, but my card is new and I would think is more 
> than sufficient to run Chimera.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks.
>  - Jason
> -- 
> Dr. Jason Mears
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Pharmacology
> 216-368-3348
> jason.mears at case.edu <mailto:mears.jason at case.edu>
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