[squeak-dev] Re: Closure VM on XO
eliot.miranda at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 16:20:28 UTC 2011
On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 6:40 PM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de>wrote:
> On 03.03.2011, at 18:31, Juan Vuletich wrote:
> > Bert Freudenberg wrote:
> >> On 03.03.2011, at 17:30, Juan Vuletich wrote:
> >>> I guess I succeeded installing it. Now trying to run like this
> >>> sh squeak.sh ../../imagename.image (in .../bin/) gives 'libGLU.so.1:
> cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory / could not find
> display driver vm-display-x11; wither: / -check that
> /udr/local/lib/squeak/4.4.7-2357/vm-display-x11.so exists or / ...'
> >>> There's no vm-display-x11.so in the folder from the installation, but
> there is a so.vm-display... so copying this to have the '.so' at the end...
> Get the same error. I'm almost giving up.
> >> Well, you're almost there ;)
> >> You need either the tar.gz or the .sh, not both. After extracting, you
> can either install it, or run directly from where you installed it.
> >> The libGLU error you are getting now indicates the VM loads
> successfully. But the vm-display-x11 is linked to OpenGL. The XO has no
> OpenGL libraries installed. So what you need to do is copy the system's
> so.vm-display-x11 (from /usr/lib/squeak) to your new VM directory,
> overwriting the current version. Then everything should be fine. The system
> version was compiled without OpenGL support.
> >> - Bert -
Does the XO Geode support sse2? Actually, what is the exact processor in
the X0? Right now the JIT won't use sse2 instructions if they aren;t
available, which translates into no machine code floatng-point primitives.
But I'm also using sse2 instructions to update the 64-bit microsecond
clock, so without some rewrite teh current linux Cog does depend on sse2.
> > Did that. Get same error as before...
> > Also tried the 'all in one' Cuis (based on Squeak's). The included .sh
> file does 'uname -m' to find out about the CPU. The answer on the XO is
> i586, not i686, and therefore 'all in one' can't run. I wonder if this would
> affect the stand alone linux vm, too...
> Unlikely. You would get a different error if this was the problem.
> I'd guess the VM inside the all-in-one is actually an i386 one, so it would
> run on anything newer than that, too. We should change the script.
> You really just need to make it use the right vm-display-x11 module. Do an
> ldd on it to see what it links to.
> - Bert -
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