From: John Stone (
Date: Thu Nov 18 2004 - 10:11:18 CST

  If you've tried the suggestions I gave Cheri, the next thing to do is
to email me the output of the command:
  vmd -dispdev text

I'm guessing that there may be something wrong with the OpenGL libraries
on your machine, but we'll know more precisely once you do that quick test
and tell me what you get. What version of Linux are you running?

  John Stone

On Wed, Nov 17, 2004 at 05:01:11PM -0800, Paul Whitford wrote:
> I am having the same problems as described by
> Cheri M Turman (
> on Tue Oct 26 2004 - 15:12:07 CDT
> I have tried everything posted, and vmd still won't work. There is just a
> flash on the screen and then it is gone.
> The difference between my situation at Cheri is that I am using the Intel
> em64t processor, not AMD. Does anyone have advice on what to do? Thanks
> Paul Whitford
> Grad Student

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