On Sat, Sep 17, 2011 at 1:29 PM, Jan L. Peterson <jlp+byuuug@pete...> wrote: > On Sep 17, 2011, at 4:40 AM, Matthew Gardner wrote: >> Yesterday I tried to run a web app that used WebGL, and it gave me an error saying that my browser didn't have WebGL enabled. I'm running Chrome 14 on Fedora 15, and everything I have is up to date, as far as I know. I added a couple of flags when starting chrome that were suggested on the internet, but that didn't help. I was wondering if anyone here had gotten webgl to work on fedora (or even some other distro), and I'm just missing something really easy that I couldn't find from searching the web, or if it just doesn't work yet. I have builtin intel graphics, by the way, if that matters. -------------------- > > While poking around WebGL demos (http://www.chromeexperiments.com/webgl) I found this comment that may be relevant to you:
I can confirm that these do work on linux (Chrome 13, Nvidia 280.13, 3.0 kernel).
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