Jan 17, 2019 - 12:59 PM
Realsoft.org FAQs (frequently-asked questions)
Category: Main -> Installation -> Linux version
How to install Realsoft 3D for Linux ?
Install the program by open a terminal window and entering the command:
I have succesfully installed Realsoft 3D but when I try to run it I get a message
saying that avifile cannot be fond and the program refuses to start. Any ideas?
Realsoft 3D plugin (plugins/libr3avi.so) needs avifile project (http://avifile.sourceforge.net) and you don't have the avifile project installed. Depending on the linux distro this may stop the entire program from running, which is obviously the case here.
When I start Realsoft 3D I get a message libr3av.so: Cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory".
You need to install ffmpeg package from http://ffmpeg.sourceforge.net.
Running Realsoft 3D on Ubuntu 5.10 gives several xlib: extension "DOUBLE BUFFER" missing on display errors and I see flickering in many windows. What do I need to install to fix this?
You need to load dbe extension. Add the following line in the Module section of your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file:
realsoft3d fails to start under ubuntu 5.10 with the following message: libstdc++.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory.
I have libstdc++.so.6 installed so I created a symbolic link to it, but now the program crashes.
You need to install libstdc++.so.5 package!
Problem with Realsoft 3D and Fedora Core 5.
When I try the install Realsoft 3D on Fedora Core 5 I get the messaqe "You have not yet downloaded and extracted the support files. Download the file realsoft3d_files.tar.gz and extract it in this same directory to get the full environment." The setup works fine with FC4 and any other linux distor I have sted it on.
We cannot confirm this problem. We have tested the setup on several Fedora Core 5 systems, including the 64 bit distro and setup works fine.
I built and installed the ffmpeg libraries (btw: they use svn nowadays). However, the program can't use them. I get an error message: /usr/local/lib/libavutil.so.49: cannot restore segment prot after reloc: Permission denied.
You are using SELinux (Security Enhanced Linux).
I'm trying to install Realsoft3D on a Fedora Core 6. It installs ok, but trying to run the program gives an error about missing libXm.so. I installed the lesstif packages, but the program won't run but gives error message about missing callbacks or something. How can I run the program on FC6?
Realsoft3D does not work with lesstif. Lesstif is not a full implementation of Motif and some of the required features are missing.
I'm trying to install Realsoft3D on Ubuntu 6.10, Edgy Eft. The setup script gives the following error message:
./findlibs.linux: 37: /usr/local/realsoft3d/glibcver: not found
and typing 'realsoft3d' on a terminal window gives an error message "bin/Realsoft3D No such file or directory". Please help.
You are trying to run 32 bit Realsoft3D on a 64 bit Ubuntu. By default the libraries needed to run 32 bit applications are not installed.
How can I rotate the view window in Realsoft 3D since Linux uses Alt for other things?
Disable Alt for Linux. For example, on Ubuntu select System->Preferences->Keyboard Shortcuts. Find the Alt short cuts and clear them.Back to top
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