I am running the ABAQUS CAE (6-14.1) on a laptop with Ubuntu 14.04 LTS. The application launches but I get the following list of errors.
*******Begin: List of Error Messages********** X Error: code 2 major 154 minor 3: BadValue (integer parameter out of range for operation). X Error: code 169 major 154 minor 5: GLXBadContext. X Error: code 0 major 154 minor 26: 0. X Error: code 169 major 154 minor 4: GLXBadContext. Warning: Your system need to be reconfigured to allow OpenGL rendering to a pixmap or you will only be able to print to raster formats. *******End: List of Error Messages**********
As mentioned above the ABAQUS CAE GUI does launch but results in a "translucent" screen and I cannot make out the text or graphics (See below screenshot), and hence cannot work with the software.
OS: Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (64-bit) Hardware: Dell Inspiron N5110; Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2310M CPU @ 2.10GHz x4; Intel(R) HD Graphics 3000 card; Intel Sandybridge Mobile
Thank you for your help in advance!
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I also see same errors on the Linux terminal window as before. I am also copying and pasting the error messages again below for clarity.
*******************Begin: Error Messages in Terminal Window********************* X Error: code 2 major 154 minor 3: BadValue (integer parameter out of range for operation). X Error: code 169 major 154 minor 5: GLXBadContext. X Error: code 0 major 154 minor 26: 0. X Error: code 169 major 154 minor 4: GLXBadContext.
Warning: Your system need to be reconfigured to allow OpenGL rendering to a pixmap or you will only be able to print to raster formats.
*******************End: Error Messages in Terminal Window*********************
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