SUMA display not working on Mac via xquartz

Hi Jed,

In the past, we would say "don't do that." Remote OpenGL is messy and is prone to problems. The remote desktop solution or the remote data drive solution with local desktop work better. I prefer the local desktop for OpenGL, but you can get okay performance sometimes with something like NoMachine, which is what is enabled on NIH's Biowulf cluster.

You could try another OpenGL environment variable, at least for testing. LIBGL_ALWAYS_SOFTWARE set to "true" will be tediously slow but often works if mesa drivers are installed.