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Failed load (by Hal)
On apptempting run Solvespace on Ubuntu 20.044 I received the following
"no available configurations for the given RGBA format"

What can I do?

Thu Jul 23 2020, 23:30:03
(no subject) (by Andrew)
That looks like a problem with the graphics stack. Check for graphic driver and Opengl problems.

Alternatively there is a Snap available.
Fri Jul 24 2020, 04:59:59
Failed load (by Marcus)
The current Snap has the problem. The version from app store (SolveSpace version 2.3) runs fine
Sat Jul 25 2020, 11:04:05
Failed load answered (by Hal)
Thanks Andrew and Marcus, I uninstalled and used Synaptic to reload, and it works just fine. Thanks you for your time and interest.
Sat Jul 25 2020, 19:55:12
same problem when installed from snap (by Jonathan Pelham)
I had the same problem when installed from snap and after i uninstalled and installed via apt-get it ran fine. Thanks
Tue Aug 4 2020, 10:51:58, download attachment Screenshot from 2020-08-04 15-47-48.png
(no subject) (by marcus)
Same. Looks like current snap has an issue on 18.04
Thu Aug 13 2020, 00:47:03
installation problem (by paul)
I had the same problem as Jonathan with Ubuntu 20 and resolved it using his suggestion. Thanks.
Fri Aug 14 2020, 05:49:15
(no subject) (by marcus)
sure, with the version from apt-get it is ok. but under bionic it is an outdated version.
Fri Aug 14 2020, 07:23:53
uninstall (by martin)
How to uninstall solvespace, cannot find it in programs or anywhere on w8, help
Fri May 28 2021, 02:45:56
(no subject) (by Paul)
Martin, on what operating system? There is no "install" on Windows, just delete the file sovespace.exe.
Fri May 28 2021, 07:55:33
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