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When I open a fresh instalation of playonlinux, it gives 2 dialog box as mentioned in title:

playonlinux is unable to find 32bits OpenGL library
playonlinux is unable to find 64bits OpenGL library

I am using Ubuntu 12.04 (and new to it) and would like to know how to solve this problem

EDIT TERMINAL OUTPUT

~$ playonlinux
[main] Message: PlayOnLinux (4.1.8) is starting
[clean_tmp] Message: Cleaning temp directory
Xlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0".
Xlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0".
[Check_OpenGL] Warning: 
Xlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0".
Xlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0".
[Check_OpenGL] Warning: 
[main] Message: Filesystem is compatible
[install_plugins] Message: Checking plugin: Capture...
[maj_check] Message: Web version : 1349866727
[maj_check] Message: Current local version : 1349563245
[maj_check] Message: Updating list
[install_plugins] Message: Checking plugin: ScreenCap...
[install_plugins] Message: Checking plugin: PlayOnLinux Vault...
/usr/share/playonlinux/bash/startup_after_server: line 38: [: : integer expression expected
/usr/share/playonlinux/bash/startup_after_server: line 38: [: : integer expression expected
[POL_Config_Write] Message: Config write: LAST_TIMESTAMP 1349866727

EDIT Nvidea print screens enter image description here

What it says:

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Can you please provide your hardware specs and which video driver you are using. –  Anthony Oct 12 '12 at 3:13
    
@Anthony as I said I am new to ubuntu. If you tell me how to find a dump for you I will put that up. Besides that. Mine is a lenova ideapad U410 i7 3rd gen laptop. laptopmag.com/review/laptops/lenovo-ideapad-u410.aspx –  footy Oct 12 '12 at 3:35
    
Please launch playonlinux from the command line and report the output in your question. Open a terminal and type "playonlinux". I suspect there is a driver issue. Whether you should be using the nvidia hardware or the intel HD4000 we will see. –  Anthony Oct 12 '12 at 4:51
    
@Anthony I have added it –  footy Oct 12 '12 at 7:06

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This may sound strange, but here is how I got it working! This is not a real answer

I unistalled ubuntu ( I was on 12.04 ) and I installed the new Ubuntu 12.10 ... I then installed wine first and then playonlinux , both from the ubuntu software center. It worked like a charm :)

Thanks for all your help in answering this, but I still havent figured out whats wrong with that as its working now and I am not in a mood to crash my playonlinux to solve it!

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No need to reinstall Ubuntu or playonlinux in whatever order. The trick is to just install wine, because it depends on libgl1-mesa-glx | libgl1 for both amd64 and i386 architectures. That works for in-kernel-tree graphics drivers as well as proprietary ones. –  David Foerster Oct 15 at 14:46

You need to install your proprietary drivers for your Nvidia. Go to "System Settings > Additional Drivers" and install the one who's not "post-release".

I found one solution on Ubuntu Forums in a Wine/PlayOnLinux thread :

"Okay, so I repeatedly purged and installed POL, eventually deciding to delete the file "/etc/apt/sources.list.d/playonlinux.list" (although I am pretty sure the word old was in there somewhere) as I was getting errors when using "apt-get update" to do with this file. This seems to have rectified the problem with the request for 32- and 64-bits OpenGL libraries."

I think you're having the same problem, so try this solution.

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I tries this, didnt sove the problem –  footy Oct 18 '12 at 12:44

I had this problem and i repaired with those :

Remove all parts of playonlinux and wine .

setup wine(first) and Playonlinux . after update your nvidia drivers on nvidia driver page (only download and setup it )

That's it :)

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Nope, it actually crashed my system to a 640x480 screen and I had to restore the system –  footy Oct 18 '12 at 12:44

This is a tentative answer, a revision or additional information may be needed.

Find the pci BusID of your nvidia gpu. Open a terminal and type lscpi |grep VGA:

anthony@terminal:~$ lspci | grep VGA
01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GF108 [GeForce GT 430] (rev a1)
06:00.0 VGA compatible controller: NVIDIA Corporation GF108 [GeForce GT 430] (rev a1)

Edit your xorg.conf file to load the nvidia driver. Open a terminal and type:

gksudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf

Add to that file:

Section "Device"
    Identifier     "Device0"
    Driver         "nvidia"
    VendorName     "NVIDIA Corporation"
    BoardName      "GeForce GT 430"
    BusID          "PCI:1:0:0"                   # Use lspci | grep VGA to find BusID
EndSection

Section "Module"
    Load           "glx"
EndSection

Edit the above example to include your hardware specific information. A reboot is needed after the alteration. This should be enough to get the nvidia driver loaded. Additional configuration may be performed by typing sudo nvidia-settings in the terminal.

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pastebin.com/5Ejy4vzb here is the log file. But still the error dialog boxes come. I followed your steps to add the text. I added it to the end of the file. –  footy Oct 14 '12 at 0:51
    
I'm going to suggest that you install the nvidia driver. The nvidia hardware you have is slightly better than the intel hd4000 anyway. Follow this guide here help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia You can also install it through synaptic package manager. Once the install is complete, you should be all set up. Let me know once you are finished and I will help you with additional configurations as needed. –  Anthony Oct 14 '12 at 1:26
    
Hi nvidea is already installed and when I open it from dash board it says nvidea is not being used and in-order to use it just enter nvidea-xconfig as root. I did that. But my resolution got weird. It wouldnt go beyond 640x480. And I tried MANY solutions on the internet and put in the exact resolution of my monitor. I had to reinstall ubuntu –  footy Oct 15 '12 at 14:48
    
The "need" to reinstall nvidia aside, how was it installed in the first place? From Additional Drivers, or from nvidia directly? Second, although using nvidia-xconfig can be useful, it is my experience that it is not always 100%. –  Anthony Oct 15 '12 at 18:02
    
I didnot install it explicitly from any-source. My best guess is that: I am connected to the internet while installing ubuntu, and I did check the options to update-ubuntu and install required 3rd party drivers (in the installer first screen) –  footy Oct 15 '12 at 18:08

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