vnc3d/vglconnect (diff) – vis

Changes between Version 12 and Version 13 of vnc3d/vglconnect


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Timestamp:
10/03/16 12:42:26 (4 years ago)
Author:
Jens Henrik Goebbert
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  • vnc3d/vglconnect

    v12 v13  
    1 == Using VirtualGL with the VGL Transport
     1== Using VirtualGL with the VGL Transport (and no VNC)
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    5656=== 3. Connect to JURECAVIS ...
    57 In this scenario any OpenGL commands are computed to a JPEG on JURECAVIS and send to the local machine via the VGL Transport Layer. The 2D (X11) command are directly passed to the local X server running on your machine.
    58 By default the X11 traffic is encrypted, but the VGL Transport is left unencrypted to maximize performance.
    59 This will fail on JURECA - you need to encrypt the VGL Transport, too, which is forced with the '''-s''' flag:
     57In this scenario any OpenGL commands are computed to a JPEG on JURECAVIS and send to the local machine via the VGL Transport Layer.\\
     58The 2D (X11) command are directly passed to the local X server running on your machine.
     59
     60By default the X11 traffic is encrypted, but the VGL Transport is left unencrypted to maximize performance.\\
     61This will fail on JURECA - you '''need to encrypt''' the VGL Transport, too, which is forced with the '''-s''' flag:
    6062
    6163{{{ #!sh
     
    6668
    6769'''Important:''' \\
    68 vglconnect searches for additional VirtualGL-tools in $VGL_BINDIR on your local machine if set - elsewise it expects these in /usr/bin.
     70vglconnect searches for additional VirtualGL-tools in $VGL_BINDIR on your local machine if set.\\
     71Elsewise it expects these at a default location which can differ depending on your installation.\\
     72(/usr/bin or /opt/VirtualGL/bin - check vglconnect script to know)
    6973
    7074[http://www.virtualgl.org/vgldoc/2_2/#hd007006 | more ...]
    7175
    7276=== 4. Start the application ...
    73 Now start your application on JURECA with '''vglrun''':
     77Now you are logged in to JURECA and must start your OpenGL application on JURECA with '''vglrun''':
    7478{{{ #!sh
    7579vglrun <APP>