|Google Earth with no earth||Fusselfan||10/5/09 11:21 AM|
I have installed GE on Ubuntu 9.04, 64-bit. The graphic is nvidia, driver 185.18.36.
The window, where must be the earth, is totally black, nothing to see.
|Re: Google Earth with no earth||tobox||10/27/09 8:13 AM|
I have exactly the same problem, Debian testing, 64-bit, nvidia driver 185 (from debian unstable).
Since the problem has not been reported very often, I guess the problem is related to 64bit + nvidia 185.
Any help is appreciated.
|Re: Google Earth with no earth||Fusselfan||10/31/09 1:53 PM|
With nvidia 190.42 it works perfectly.
|Re: Google Earth with no earth||tobox||11/5/09 11:29 AM|
I was missing the 32-bit version of nvidia-glx. After manually installing nvidia-glx-ia32, everything works like a charm.
|Re: Google Earth with no earth||ArcherSeven||11/12/09 6:35 PM|
same situation on Arch Linux 64 bit nvidia drivers. 10 community/lib32-nvidia-utils 190.42-1 (lib32) <I have yaourt, installed that packaged, fixed it. thanks tobox for the suggestion.
|Re: Google Earth with no earth||knightmb||2/24/10 7:52 AM|
Have the same issue with the 190.53 - 64 bit driver
|Re: Google Earth with no earth||fatjake||4/30/10 10:27 PM|
I also had this problem with Arch Linux 64 bit with nvidia drivers. Resolved it quickly by installing lib32-nvidia-utils with pacman.
|Re: Google Earth with no earth||forestmountain||6/1/11 2:57 PM|
On Fedora 15 64bit with GE6 64bit rpm there were no globe / earth, just a black screen.
I had already installed:
akmod-nvidia in version 270.41.06-2.fc15 (64bit)
kmod-nvidia-220.127.116.11-27.fc15.x86_64 in version 270.41.06-2.fc15 (64bit)
xorg-x11-drv-nvidia in version 270.41.06-1.fc15 (64bit)
xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs in version 270.41.06-1.fc15 (64bit)
but I additional had to install:
xorg-x11-drv-nvidia-libs in version 270.41.06-1.fc15 (32bit) to make the glob/earth show.
HTH, Kent Knudsen