Spider- 30 nov 2013 à 15h13
Can someone help me? My DOTA2 wont run for Mac.
Could not find required OpenGL entry point 'glDrawRangeElementsBaseVertex'! Either your video card is unsupported, or your OpenGL driver needs to be updated.


What.
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gutigen o) 30 nov 2013 à 15h16 
This is "Steam for Linux" forum, go to Mac forums mate.
-FwG- ^ Bucky21659 30 nov 2013 à 15h24 
Sounds like you need to update your driver. <captainobvioustotherescue>
Doc Holliday 30 nov 2013 à 15h52 
Spider- a écrit :
Could not find required OpenGL entry point 'glDrawRangeElementsBaseVertex'! Either your video card is unsupported, or your OpenGL driver needs to be updated.
What.
out of date os or driver but we're linux users here
Zyro 1 déc 2013 à 0h07 
We can help you on how to format your MacOS and install Linux, though...
Zignd 1 déc 2013 à 4h40 
Zyro a écrit :
We can help you on how to format your MacOS and install Linux, though...

Good one!
Apocryphus 1 déc 2013 à 4h42 
And only then can we help you once you've done what Zyro (or we) asks!
davecb 1 déc 2013 à 8h30 
There are suggestions in the beta forum, but you need to know the unixy-kernal aspects of mac to translate them (:-))
arc| Gps 3 déc 2013 à 7h07 
I know nothing about mac. But that error indicates you need to update something.
Prob your vid drivers and or openGL support.
How to do this on a mac is something most users here wont know.

In general mac is Unix based so its part of the *nix family.
-FwG- ^ Bucky21659 3 déc 2013 à 7h50 
Zyro a écrit :
We can help you on how to format your MacOS and install Linux, though...
+1

Kill all the Volucs 3 déc 2013 à 9h12 
if your gpu supports directx you can always use wine :|
thetargos 4 déc 2013 à 21h11 
I'd go as to ask if you "what Mac" are you running... Newer Mac Books, Minis and even some iMacs are running embedded Intel graphics off IvyBridge and Haswell CPUs, both very well supported under OpenGL ICD from Mac... However, the version of your OSX installation (i.e 10.7.5 or 10.8.5 or 10.9, etc) will determine what features are exposed, as often times point releases of Mac OS include revamped GL support and drivers... I'd ask on the Mac forums if someone knows what specific features does your "Mac" support.
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