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jorgemen
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Hi...

all the contents of the space i see are black. I only see green horizontal lines at the middle of screen and 3 or 4 avatars. And only my head. Is a graphics card problem?
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I have a Win XP, jdk1.6.0, Gforce2 MMx 440 128Mb shared, AMD Athlon 3000+.

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jorgemen
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Hi again!



I tried with my laptop, (intel centrino- fujitsu-siemens amilo m 7440, intel graphics card), without any problems... performance is not bad.



I think that problems in my desk pc come from nvidia drivers. Have you got references on that?



Thanks.

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It might be the Geforce 2 is underpowered, we use a lot of texture memory in the current world which might be taxing the system beyond it's limits.

The log files look good, the system is downloading the cells.

Try leaving it running for a while and see if it renders the scene, I doubt it will be usable but it will confirm the hypothesis.

We are going to split the world up a little which should allow us to remove some of the larger textured objects. Once that is done it should run better on lower power cards.

Deron Johnson

How much system memory did you say is in this machine? You need at least
1 GB to run Wonderland.

wonderland@javadesktop.org wrote:
> It might be the Geforce 2 is underpowered, we use a lot of texture memory in the current world which might be taxing the system beyond it's limits.
>
> The log files look good, the system is downloading the cells.
>
> Try leaving it running for a while and see if it renders the scene, I doubt it will be usable but it will confirm the hypothesis.
>
> We are going to split the world up a little which should allow us to remove some of the larger textured objects. Once that is done it should run better on lower power cards.
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jorgemen
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i have 1Gb, but 128Mb are shared with graphics card, so that might be the problem.

Felipe Gaúcho

no problem, it is just abut delay.... the GUI loads before the objects...

some times it take few minutes to load..

try this: run the system and then take a coffee.. wait at least ten
minutes to check the screen again :)) If it doesn't show anything
after that time, ok - then you have a problem :)

On 5/26/07, wonderland@javadesktop.org wrote:
> i have 1Gb, but 128Mb are shared with graphics card, so that might be the problem.
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jorgemen
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8-) well a perfect oportunity to buy a new Graphics Card...

Deron Johnson

Could it be a problem with his machine contacting the machine in Santa
Clara which serves content?

Kirk Turner wrote:
> The runtime you have for the client is only 2 minutes - is this the
> first time you've run it?
> If it is there is a bit of time needed to download and cache the image
> and textures. I don't have wonderland running on this machine so I
> can't check - but in one of the menus there is a option to view the
> progress of these downloads (I think the window is open by default
> however).
>
> Is this a possibility?
>
> Kirk

Deron Johnson

wonderland@javadesktop.org wrote:
> Hi...

>

> all the contents of the space i see are black. I only see green horizontal lines at the middle of screen and 3 or 4 avatars. And only my head. Is a graphics card problem?

> sample

> I have a Win XP, jdk1.6.0, Gforce2 MMx 440 128Mb shared, AMD Athlon 3000+.

>

> Thanks
>

> [Message sent by forum member 'jorgemen' (jorgemen)]
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Is your Darkstar server up and running? Please send us the output of
your server and client.

jorgemen
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[i]Is your Darkstar server up and running?[/i]



I think so, "\lg3d-wonderland\ant run-sgs"




client.log

server.log

Deron Johnson

wonderland@javadesktop.org wrote:
> [i]Is your Darkstar server up and running?[/i]

>

> I think so, "\lg3d-wonderland\ant run-sgs"
>

>

> client.log

> server.log

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The server has thrown an exception and died, so it cannot download
graphical content to the client.
I'm not familiar with this exception.

Paul: could you please help on this one? Thanks.

jorgemen
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Hi again...thanks for your answers



i think that the exception at the end of server.log file is produced when I exit from client.



I installed jdk1.6.0_01 with same results:

C:\Documents and Settings\jor>java -version

java version "1.6.0_01"

Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_01-b06)

Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.6.0_01-b06, mixed mode, sharing)



recomplied everything:

\lg3d-wonderland\ant scrub

\lg3d-core\ant clean

\lg3d-core\

\lg3d-wonderland\ant run-sgs

\lg3d-wonderland\ant run



I also have java3d 1.5.1.

Deron Johnson

Hopefully someone else on the forum can help with this. I'm out of my
depth here.

wonderland@javadesktop.org wrote:
> Hi again...thanks for your answers

>

> i think that the exception at the end of server.log file is produced when I exit from client.

>

> I installed jdk1.6.0_01 with same results:

> C:\Documents and Settings\jor>java -version

> java version "1.6.0_01"

> Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_01-b06)

> Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.6.0_01-b06, mixed mode, sharing)

>

> recomplied everything:

> \lg3d-wonderland\ant scrub

> \lg3d-core\ant clean

> \lg3d-core\

> \lg3d-wonderland\ant run-sgs

> \lg3d-wonderland\ant run

>

> I also have java3d 1.5.1.

> [Message sent by forum member 'jorgemen' (jorgemen)]
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Kirk Turner

The runtime you have for the client is only 2 minutes - is this the
first time you've run it?
If it is there is a bit of time needed to download and cache the image
and textures. I don't have wonderland running on this machine so I
can't check - but in one of the menus there is a option to view the
progress of these downloads (I think the window is open by default
however).

Is this a possibility?

Kirk

Kirk Turner

This panel I was thinking of was the 'performance' panel.

Kirk