[gephi-dev] virtualization and jogl
erwan.demairy at laposte.net
Mon Jan 17 10:46:07 CET 2011
Thank you for your answer,
I tried to make an installation in the virtualized linux as close as
possible as my normal computer (a fedora 14), i.e. I took the list of
the packages installed on my desktop computer and did the same
installation in the virtual computer. So I assume some extension is not
propagated from the host to the guest. It would require me to
investigate more what is happening when the opengl window is tried to be
opened, but since I found a workaround, it should not before some time.
Anyway, I installed gephi in a virtualized windows 7, and it worked both
with virtualbox and vmplayer. For me, it is sufficient currently, even
if I would prefer in the end to be able to build a virtual machine
without license restrictions.
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