[Chimera-users] configuring stereoscopic view in RHEL-7.x
gregc at cgl.ucsf.edu
Mon Jun 13 12:05:37 PDT 2016
You don't say what you did for Coot, but it should be possible to setup
3D stereo in a way that works for both Chimera and Coot.
For the best 3D stereo, Chimera depends on the graphics driver being
configured to support quad-buffered OpenGL stereo. For NVIDIA graphics
cards on Linux, carefully read the installation nodes. On Ubuntu, you
to see the installation nodes. In might be in a different location on
RHEL. And if might be a README file instead of HTML files.
Read the installation notes carefully and do what it says :-). In
particular, look at Appendix B, X Config Options, and the Stereo
option. You might need to create a /etc/X11/xorg.conf file using
nvidia-xconfig so you can edit it and add a line for the Stereo option.
I don't see any conflict between what I just said and Coot's
http://strucbio.biologie.uni-konstanz.de/ccp4wiki/index.php/Stereo, so I
hope seeing it a second time in a different way helps.
On 06/11/2016 01:32 AM, abhisek Mondal wrote:
> I'm using Chimera - 1.10 on a RHEL-7.x operating system (64-bit)
> with 128 GB of DDR3 RAM, 2.3 GHz Intel Xeon processor, Nvidia Quadro
> K5200, ASUS VG278 monitor (3D compatible).
> I have successfully configured Coot to run in stereoscopic view in
> the same machine but Chimera is giving me a hard time regarding the same.
> Any suggestions regarding this issue will be highly appreciated.
> Thank you.
> Abhisek Mondal
> /Research Fellow
> /Structural Biology and Bioinformatics Division
> /CSIR-Indian Institute of Chemical Biology/
> /Kolkata 700032
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