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Hello, Here is the output I get when I try to start google earth. libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x74 wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000 gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, ...
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    Google Earth crashes


    Hello,

    Here is the output I get when I try to start google earth.

    libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x74
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    wx=0.312690, wy=0.328990, rx=0.639990, ry=0.330000
    gx=0.210000, gy=0.710000, bx=0.149990, by=0.059990
    Google Earth has caught signal 11.

    Stacktrace from glibc:
    ./googleearth-bin(__gxx_personality_v0+0x1e [0x8057fb4]
    ./googleearth-bin [0x8058399]
    [0xffffe420]
    ./libbase.so(_ZN5earth8SpinLock4lockEj+0x22) [0xb7ec73fc]
    ./libbase.so(_ZN5earth9LockGuardC1ERNS_8SpinLockE+0x 1f) [0xb7ead27f]
    ./libnet.so(_ZN5earth3net18CurlHttpConnection13remov eRequestEPNS0_15CurlHttpRequestE+0x25) [0xb7a4a3b1]
    ./libnet.so(_ZN5earth3net15CurlHttpRequest4stopEv+0x 20) [0xb7a4a400]
    ./libnet.so(_ZN5earth3net15CurlHttpRequestD0Ev+0x25) [0xb7a4a42d]
    ./libnet.so(_ZN5earth3net11HttpRequest5unrefEv+0x35) [0xb7a42631]
    ./libnet.so(_ZN5earth6RefPtrINS_3net11HttpRequestEED 1Ev+0x1e) [0xb7a398f2]
    ./libnet.so(_ZN5earth3net14NetworkRequestD0Ev+0x2 [0xb7a3a9a0]
    ./libbase.so(_ZN5earth8Referent8orphanedEv+0x10) [0xb7ea24fe]
    ./libbase.so(_ZN5earth8Referent5unrefEv+0x17) [0xb7ec91d5]
    ./libnet.so(_ZN5earth3net7FetcherD0Ev+0x42) [0xb7a3e262]
    ./libbase.so(_ZN5earth8Referent8orphanedEv+0x10) [0xb7ea24fe]
    ./libbase.so(_ZN5earth8Referent5unrefEv+0x17) [0xb7ec91d5]
    ./libwmsbase.so(_ZN5earth6RefPtrINS_3net7FetcherEED1 Ev+0x1e) [0xb7a9c0ba]
    ./libcommon.so(_ZN5earth6common10HtmlRenderD0Ev+0x52 ) [0xb630c9fa]
    ./libgoogleearth.so(_ZN10scoped_ptrIN5earth6common10 HtmlRenderEED1Ev+0x12) [0xb7642b56]
    ./libgoogleearth.so(_ZN16StartupTipWidgetD0Ev+0x73) [0xb7641ca1]
    ./libgoogleearth.so(_ZN10scoped_ptrI16StartupTipWidg etE5resetEPS0_+0x1b) [0xb764bea5]
    ./libgoogleearth.so(_ZN5earth6client11ApplicationD1E v+0x60) [0xb7646a48]
    ./googleearth-bin(main+0x155) [0x805884d]
    /lib/i686/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0xe0) [0xb5ff1f90]
    ./googleearth-bin(__gxx_personality_v0+0x75) [0x8057e41]




    We apologize for the inconvenience, but Google Earth has crashed.
    This is a bug in the program, and should never happen under normal
    circumstances. A bug report and debugging data are now being written
    to this text file:

    /root/.googleearth/crashlogs/crashlog-EAFDAC7B.txt

    This bug report will be sent to Google automatically next time you run
    Google Earth. Its data, which contains no personal information, will help
    us correct problems without bothering you further. If you would rather
    this info not be transmitted, please delete the above file before running
    the program again. If you want bug reports to NEVER be sent, remove the
    above 'crashlogs' directory's read/write permissions.

    Thank you in advance for any suggestions and help.

    Cheers!

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    Do you get the same errors running it as a normal user?

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    Hi,

    Thanks for your reply. Yes it does generate the same error, irrespective of the account used.

    Thanks

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