I installed libcv2.1_2.1.0-7build1_amd64.deb and libhighgui2.1_2.1.0-7build1_amd64.deb downloaded from the oneric package site, then panda3d1.8_1.8.0~oneiric_amd64.deb from this site. Installation of all three packages was successful.
When I try to run the samples - I tried the Asteroids and Teapot samples - I just get a black screen. In the terminal I see the following messages:
DirectStart: Starting the game.
Known pipe types:
(all display modules loaded.)
No error messages as far as I can tell.
I tried changing the load-display parameter in /etc/Config.prc from pandagl to pandagles, which provoked error messages which were repeated until I killed the process.
:display:gsg:glesgsg(error): FRAMEBUFFER_INCOMPLETE_ATTACHMENT_EXT for hello
:display:egldisplay(error): BadMatch (invalid parameter attributes)
:display:gsg:glesgsg(error): EXT_framebuffer_object reports non-framebuffer-completeness:
I also tried the tutorial from the manual, I see the (correct?) background, but no rocks or bamboo, and no panda.
Way back to english, as it’s the forum language. Unfortunately, I don’t know anything about the Raspi.
The version compiled for Oneiric depends on older software, which doesn’t integrates well with Precise and newer drivers. In some cases packages from other versions work well, for example you can use the package for Precise in Quantal and vice-versa.
I think I’ll stick with what I’ve got, as it seems to be working.
One of the challenges with the LTS is the fact they are a LTS release, and don’t brought up to date as time passes. Installing newer software can become a bit tricky, especially when the release ages.