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Analysis V3 user experiences with different Linux distros - MikaelK - 07-16-2019

CCPN recommended to use CentOS7 for Analysis V3 (probably Red Hat Enterprise is also ok). Some times you want use something else than CentOS7 and I think we could gather here some user experiences on other Linux distros here. So, if you had tried Analysis V3 with another flavours of Linux, please let us know how it went.

I have tried Analysis V3 on VirtualBox (+ VirtualBox Extension pack) with Ubuntu 19.04 and it worked just fine. I didn't encounter any errors when I tried basic backbone assignment tutorial.


RE: Analysis V3 user experiences with different Linux distros - Panagiota - 09-24-2019

Hi everyone!

I tried to use V3 on Ubuntu but the following error appears: 

QT error: 1
QT error:
QT error: QXcbConnection: Failed to initialize XRandr
QT error: 3
QT error:
QT error: Could not initialize GLX
/usr/software/CcpNmr-AnalysisAssign/bin/assign: line 19: 471421 Aborted                 (core dumped) ${ANACONDA3}/bin/python -W ignore:Big GrineprecationWarning ${ASSIGN} $*


Is it something that can be fixed?


Best,
Panagiota


RE: Analysis V3 user experiences with different Linux distros - ejb - 09-25-2019

This looks like you don't have X11 and the associated OpenGL drivers installed.
A quick check is to try to run glxgears or xeyes from a terminal.
If they don't run then I think you need to install xorg, possibly try:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get install xorg


RE: Analysis V3 user experiences with different Linux distros - Panagiota - 09-25-2019

(09-25-2019, 09:16 AM)Many Thanks! It works! Wrote: This looks like you don't have X11 and the associated OpenGL drivers installed.
A quick check is to try to run glxgears or xeyes from a terminal.
If they don't run then I think you need to install xorg, possibly try:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
sudo apt-get install xorg