View Full Version : XSI in Linux Crashed
05-11-2002, 06:44 PM
someone uses xsi in linux? I am using geforce2 go 32M ddr, and i installed the nvidia driver, running at 1400x1050 16bit color, and it's great, but when i run xsi, it says sth like "RPCSS ServiceMain failed with 14 (000000e)" ,
and after a few secs, xsi starts up, but when it comes to the last stage, just about the show the viewport, it crashes, saying "attempting throw, abort......"
is it sth wrong with the settings in the video driver? or....
I am using RedHat Linux 7.3, nvidia driver 1.0.2880
05-12-2002, 12:11 AM
did you try a more conventional resolution ( 1280*1024*32) ?
05-12-2002, 12:13 AM
no, mmmm, i will try, but 1400 is the native resolution for the LCD of my laptop, so even if it works on 1280, it's not very nice.
it's works fine under xp though.
i am thinking if xsi is really better in linux. is it faster, more stable? anyone with any idea?
05-12-2002, 11:13 AM
i know someone who have startup crash under linux, it was an OS
language problem (french) so they intalled the english version
and now it work...
did you check the softimage website for the system requirement?
05-12-2002, 03:49 PM
yes, i did.
i try 1280, doesnt work either.
i am using redhat 7.3, the newest xfree86 with the newest nvidia opengl video driver.
it crashes with the error message that I can find no reference.
RPCSS ServiceMain Failed with 14
05-12-2002, 06:41 PM
maybe it not compatible with 1.3
the only thing i can say to you is to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
05-12-2002, 06:44 PM
i think i am giving up linux........
XSI runs great on my XP, why would I bother to change;)
and I need other software on windows to work.
but anyway, thx for all your concern:thumbsup: cheers
05-12-2002, 06:49 PM
your welcome :beer:
01-13-2006, 07:00 AM
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