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Blank screen after fresh install on iMac (High Sierra and non-Radeon

Hi Patrick, I've been happily using the Virtual Moon Atlas on my 2012 iMac (High Sierra OS) with -- I think -- an NVIDIA graphics card -- definitely not an ATI
Bob King
9:13 AM
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Where is the find dropdown list?

Where is the data stored for the "find" drop down list on the "Information" tab? What I trying to do is create a custom observation list? TIA, David
davidjayjackson
Mar 10, 2017
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

It is not necessary to revert to Nouveau but you need to remove your distribution nvidia driver rpm. If you not remove it you can get a mixed version
pchevalley
Dec 3, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

Is it still necessary to first revert back to the Nouveau driver and theinstall the NVIDIA driver? Or can this new one be installed on top of an existing
Len Philpot
Dec 3, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

I do some more work on this subject today and now we have a better workaround for this problem. The change in the Nvidia driver that trigger the problem is the
pchevalley
Dec 3, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

You can try with the open source "nouveau" driver, it must work fine. Patrick
Patrick Chevalley
Nov 25, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

I have the same problem with a geforce gt 730, fedora 25 and the 375.20 driver. ┬┐Any chance of solving this without downgrading driver? Thanks. I have the
harmoniamacrocosmica
Nov 25, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

OK. I'm actually running Xubuntu but there's a similar utility. On Red Hat distros I'm familiar with yum, etc. but I'm still learning Debian ops. Thanks. Len
Len Philpot
Nov 18, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

Yes you must remove the existing driver, otherwise you risk conflict between some part of the driver and start with a black screen. The best to remove it is
pchevalley
Nov 18, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

I'll see about downgrading the driver. I'm always more nervous changing display drivers that just about anything else, but they've gotten more reliable over
Len Philpot
Nov 18, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

Yes, 367.57 do not work but 361.45.11 work. I don't know why but since about one year one version on two of the Linux Nvidia driver exhibit this problem. I
pchevalley
Nov 18, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

I'm running the NVIDIA 367.57 driver already on my GeForce GT 430. Is there something special about that particular version (361.45.11) since mine is newer?
lphilpot01
Nov 17, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

Hi, I also get this problem with my Nvidia graphic card and the default Ubuntu drivers. But I find that version 361.45.11 from Nvidia work fine. To fix the
pchevalley
Nov 17, 2016
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Re: No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

Quick follow-up - Same exact behavior from Virtual Planet Atlas as well (with the binary and data packages installed), so it's something underlying both.
lphilpot01
Nov 16, 2016
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No texture, just a white sphere (Linux)

Running Xubuntu 16.04.1 LTS x64, Xfce 4.12 I've installed VMA 6.1 and instead of a textured moon, I get a shaded white sphere with blocks instead of characters
lphilpot01
Nov 16, 2016
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