The simulator will not work

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We are running our program on a server and we can't get the simulator to work. Any ideas??

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Seeing as we don't know what you mean by "server", nor have we seen your program, nor have you defined "not working", it is highly unlikely that anyone here will have helpful ideas.

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We are running KISS 3.0.2 on a HP multiseat server. After we have created a program, we compile the program, and then try to simulate the program. The simulator window flashes and then we recieve the following error messages:

Failed to select a GLFWFB Config from the alternatives
Unable to finda usable pixel format
Failed to create a GLFW window

No simulator.

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Is the server "serving" the application to individual workstations or is the HP server both running and displaying KISS IDE?

I know that GLFW is an Open GL library (graphics library) and I have seen this error before, primairaly on Windows 7 systems we have here at our school. You may try updating the video drivers of the system and see if that helps.

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I passed this thread onto one of the KIPR programmers, hopefully he'll have some ideas. (Although he's reportedly very busy these days, so I'm not sure how long it'll take him.)

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