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I received several software updates from Ubuntu / Canonical updating Mesa and can now open blend files. I used version
blender-2.81-52bdf522afcd-linux-glibc217-x86_64. Note: I did not install the custom Mesa drivers from the PPA
Fri, Sep 20
The problem is the driver and not so the tech specs.
Sep 19 2019
I the support is based on OpenGL and 1 GB of VRAM, this card reaches both the 3.3 OpenGL version and the memory which I think is right in the edge of support.
Btw I know I need an update, but I've listened people working in similar hardware like this GTX 660... which also have this kind of problems.
Your Graphic-Card is to old, with Blender 2.8 the minimum requirement is a Nvidia GTX 660 (released 2012)
The 8400GS was released in 2007 or so... For 60 € you can get a GTX 760/770 on ebay (a huge step forward... ; ))
Sep 18 2019
Thanks, Looks like another ticket has been re-opened by Brecht Van Lommel (brecht) "We can't assume our user are running the very latest drivers on Linux. Running Blender on common Linux distributions should not require installing custom drivers to be able to open files."
Please update your device drivers. if that didn't help you can reopen a new task.
Sep 11 2019
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Sep 1 2019
Please do not reply on closed bugs. Your crash happens on different hardware, this report was original targetting HD 3000. And you're machine is running on an NVidia card, where it crashes inside the NVidia driver.
Please make sure you have install your latest drivers for your GPU, and when reporting a bug please follow the guidelines. What in this case means providing the system-info.txt generated from blender Help -> Save System Info.
Also please provide if Blender 2.80 is working for you.
I'm not sure why this bug was closed. I get this using a build that I retrieved today, 2019-08-31.
Aug 31 2019
Aug 30 2019
This might get a bit to get used to, but afaict, this is not a bug.
Thx for the report anyways, closing...
Aug 29 2019
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Aug 20 2019
It is very uncomfortable
Yeah! tooltips are confusing why, however that's by comma means Shift + Space then numbers
Hmm, this does work, but in the tooltip, numbers are separated by commas, as is the case with other hotkeys
Number hotkeys (not num-pad) not assigned in sculpt mode
Number hotkeys (not num-pad) not assigned in sculpt mode, I think. So it's not a bugs/error.. Maybe feature request or something else
Aug 19 2019
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Aug 13 2019
Supported for macOS 32 bit was dropped a few years ago already.
Aug 10 2019
What about MAC OS?
Aug 6 2019
Aug 5 2019
bye bye 32 bit world, we'll meet again in 20 years among the Retro Geeks.