Hi all!!! It's my first post here! I'm using archlinux by few months. Two days ago, after I updated my system, Blender began to work not well.
First, as shown in the image, it doesn't show me the whole 'welcome' image.
Second, as shown in the image, when I run a render, it doesn't show me the whole result, but only few parts.
When I run blender from command line it returns me this warning/error:
libpng warning: iCCP: known incorrect sRGB profile
Someone suggested me to use 'optipng' to all png used by blender.
I applied it on all png found with
pacman -Ql blender | grep png
, but the result is the same.
Sorry for my english!!
Last edited by piter85 (2013-05-10 22:22:08)
I guess you need to recompile Blender since the last libpng upgrade.
The package 'blender' is in the official repos, and has been built since the libpng upgrade.
Make certain you have the most up to date version of blender. You can also check the libpng version needed by blender by running
ldd /usr/bin/blender | grep png
But whether the Constitution really be one thing, or another, this much is certain - that it has either authorized such a government as we have had, or has been powerless to prevent it. In either case, it is unfit to exist.
The blender version is the last (2.67)
The command returns me :
ldd /usr/bin/blender | grep png libpng16.so.16 => /usr/lib/libpng16.so.16 (0xb7680000)
The versione of libpng that is installed on my system is :
Hi! Someone on blender IRC channel shows me that this issue are about graphic drivers. In fact, in the portable version of blender there's a script called 'blender-softwaregl' that use a software implementation OpenGL to draw. Using this script blender works well, so graphic drivers are responsible for these issues.
Now, my graphic drivers are 'xf86-video-nouveau'. Any idea on how resolve these issue??
P.S. During the famous update, also graphic drivers has been updated.
Last edited by piter85 (2013-05-09 21:45:04)
Hi !!! I solved it replacing nouveau drivers with nvidia-304xx. Now it worsk well