Title, pretty much, says it all.
Is there some reason that a headless EGL context on an Amazon G2 isn’t registering as current when the NvIFROGLCreateSession method is called ???
Right now, I ALWAYS get a "There is no OpenGL context current." back from the NvIFROGLGetError call.
If others are able to make this work, I will dig into the matter further…
but right now I’m a little puzzled as to why an EGL context is not as good as a GLX context ???
Aren’t they all, essentially, supposed to be the same thing ???