Author Topic: [SOLVED]Linux: Can't install - libglvnd-glx and libglvnd-opengl dependencies  (Read 1285 times)

Hello,
I am trying to install Designer on a specific Centos 7.4 system.
The system has some constraints for package installs because of Autodesk Flame issues.

On install of:
Substance_Designer-2019.1.0-2273-linux-x64-standard-full.rpm

I got failed dependencies for:
libglvnd-glx-1.0.1-0.8.git5baa1e5.el7.i686
and
libglvnd-opengl-1.0.1-0.8.git5baa1e5.el7.x86_64

I can install libglvnd without problems overwriting current packages, but the libglvnd-opengl causes problems.
Is it possible to get a build with the same libglvnd-opengl that Painter uses?

Substance painter 2019.0.1 installed with no problems
Substance_Designer-2018.3.4 installed with no problems

Thank-you in advance. My linux know how is pretty limited.
Marguerite



Last Edit: June 05, 2019, 10:58:50 am

Hi Marguerite,

I think these packages are required to get libGLX.so and libOpenGL.so. We have made some changes to remove the dependency to libOpenGL.so, so the next bugfix release should not list libglvnd-opengl as a requirement anymore. In the meantime, maybe you can try installing Designer without going through the dependency management: rpm -ivh --nodeps designer.rpm.

Since you are on CentOS 7.4, you will probably stumble upon an issue related to the Freetype library as well (see this thread https://forum.substance3d.com/index.php/topic,29127.0.html). We are actively working on fixing this issue, hopefully the next bugfix will solve it as well.

I bit the bullet and installed it via yum and it seems to be working.

Best,
Marguerite