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    Hardy+nvidia: undefined symbol: _nv000043gl

    I must really ask, has any hardy user out there accomplished to make nvidia-glx-new actually work, without using things such as envy or the driver from nvidia's site? Cause I get this in my Xorg.0.log:

    (II) LoadModule: "glx"
    (II) Loading /usr/lib/xorg/modules//libglx.so
    dlopen: /usr/lib/libGLcore.so.1: undefined symbol: _nv000043gl
    (EE) Failed to load /usr/lib/xorg/modules//libglx.so
    (II) UnloadModule: "glx"
    (EE) Failed to load module "glx" (loader failed, 7)

    I check both libGLcore.so.1 and libglx.so and it all looks like they are those installed by nvidia-glx-new, so this is not a conflict, it almost looks like one of those files in the package is just wrong from the very source (repository).

    So, if anyone got nvidia-glx.new working in hardy without problems I'd really like to know. It would also be a happy thing to be able to have 3d acceleration in ubuntu again , it would be quite hard to me to stand not being able to play warcraft III or gta for long because of this Everything else works (not without work from my part) resolution, drives, etc.

    PS: If you got a solution to get nvidia 3d acceleration work in hardy, please don't post it if it includes using envy or a driver from nvidia's site, I had too many bad experiences with those in the past.
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    Re: Hardy+nvidia: undefined symbol: _nv000043gl

    Maybe this will solve your problem?
    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=378982

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    Re: Hardy+nvidia: undefined symbol: _nv000043gl

    I did find that one, but there are issues:

    * gl-mesa is requisite to like 100 packages, so I can't remove it easily, reinstalling does not fix it.
    * I do not understand -Nabla-'s post.
    * It looks like it is not the same problem cause both of my .so files do seem to point to the 169 driver in glx-new.

    Edit: I gave up and installed a nvidia driver 169 (from the site) I had around in my hard drive, it works. It'll be annoying to have to recompile it every time I update the kernel but it looks like it is the only way...
    Last edited by vexorian; May 1st, 2008 at 03:49 PM.
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