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Description of problem:
Installed Fedora Project. Tux Racer would crash immediately upon
selection of the game. Downloaded/installed ATI Radeon Drivers 3.2.8
and downloaded/installed Tux Racer RPM from Redhat. Tux Racer (0.6.1)
version now works, along with other 3D games such as Chromium. The
version installed with Fedora (I think 0.6.3) simply did not work.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Install Fedora Project Core 1
2.Attempt to run Tux Racer
3.Watch the screen "blink" and return to desktop
Actual Results: Game simply will not run
Expected Results: Tux Racer should have ran, even if only in a very
slow 2D only mode. As Tux Racer (and games like Chromium) require 3D
support with OpenGL support, they serve as good benchmarks to make
sure your 3D support is installed properly with whatever
video/graphics card you use. I use ATI video cards. The offending PC
contains an ATI Radeon 9500 Pro video card.
The issue is easily resolved by installing the Tux Racer 0.6.1 RPM
from Redhat. On my machine, there was also the need to install the
ATI Radeon 3.2.8 drivers. Both were successful and all is now working.