Thanks for your reply.
My problem is how to set up OpenGL context without X, because the target application will run on a headless Linux server, and generating pictures without window.
I think if I have PyOpenGL use Mesa only, then my problem can be solved.
On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 9:31 AM, Yuan Xu <email@example.com> wrote:Hi all,
I am trying to use PyOpenGL for off-screen rendering (generating pictures), AFAIK, OSMesa is the easy (only?) way for this.
I tried to access OSMesa from python via ctypes, the functions in OSMesa can be called, but PyOpenGL can not use OSMesaContext, I guess the problem is my PyOpenGL (from ubuntu rep) was not build on mesa.
So, my question is how to build PyOpenGL on OSMesa, since I didn't find any instruction for configuring building.
Thanks in advance!
Xu, YuanI'm afraid I can't help with the actual question, but I'd like to remind you that using FBOs for offscren rendering is easier and faster (although you do need an OpenGL context to set it up).Ian