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  • ...Section explains how to install Drivers to make OpenGL Programs run under Linux ...dering Infrastructure and X.org to provide OpenGL support to users of X on Linux, FreeBSD and other operating systems
    28 KB (3,867 words) - 23:27, 25 January 2021
  • *[[Programming OpenGL in Linux: GLX and Xlib]] *[[Programming OpenGL in Linux: Programming Animations with GLX and Xlib]]
    395 bytes (55 words) - 11:40, 2 August 2012
  • This Section explains where to get Linux Drivers for your Graphics Adapter and how to install them. ...ics are open-source and part of the standard Linux kernel. For most modern Linux distros (Ubuntu, Debian etc), proprietary drivers for other common graphics
    517 bytes (74 words) - 11:51, 2 August 2012
  • *[[Programming OpenGL in Linux: GLX and Xlib]] *[[Programming OpenGL in Linux: GLX, Xt and Lesstif]]
    188 bytes (27 words) - 11:39, 2 August 2012
  • ...ires that a program called the "X-Server" is running on both computers. In Linux, the X-server is started with ...u will most probably not have to start the X-server manually, because most Linux Distributions
    14 KB (2,096 words) - 00:31, 10 January 2014
  • ...is a better alternative to the method described in [[Programming OpenGL in Linux: Creating a texture from a Pixmap]] article. [[Category:Linux]]
    5 KB (590 words) - 11:42, 2 August 2012
  • If your Linux System is set up properly, there should be a '''/usr/include/X11''' directo [[Category:Linux]]
    4 KB (601 words) - 11:40, 2 August 2012
  • [[Category:Linux]]
    10 KB (1,327 words) - 11:41, 2 August 2012
  • In section [[Programming OpenGL in Linux: GLX and Xlib]] a framework for an event-driven application is provided. Al [[Category:Linux]]
    14 KB (1,551 words) - 07:55, 22 December 2012

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  • *[[Programming OpenGL in Linux: GLX and Xlib]] *[[Programming OpenGL in Linux: Programming Animations with GLX and Xlib]]
    395 bytes (55 words) - 11:40, 2 August 2012
  • This Section explains where to get Linux Drivers for your Graphics Adapter and how to install them. ...ics are open-source and part of the standard Linux kernel. For most modern Linux distros (Ubuntu, Debian etc), proprietary drivers for other common graphics
    517 bytes (74 words) - 11:51, 2 August 2012
  • *[[Programming OpenGL in Linux: GLX and Xlib]] *[[Programming OpenGL in Linux: GLX, Xt and Lesstif]]
    188 bytes (27 words) - 11:39, 2 August 2012
  • | Windows, OSX, GNU/Linux, iOS, Android, IRIX | Windows, OSX, GNU/Linux, IRIX, Solaris, FreeBSD
    517 bytes (78 words) - 01:56, 13 March 2013
  • * [[Platform specifics: Linux]]
    253 bytes (36 words) - 23:57, 2 October 2012
  • ...matically logs all OpenGL function calls. Works on Windows and somewhat on Linux. ..., OpenGL ES and OpenCL Debugger, Profiler and Memory Analyzer For Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and iPhone. Has reached end-of-life and will not be updated.
    1 KB (201 words) - 04:47, 18 May 2013
  • | platform = Windows, Linux, MacOSX
    347 bytes (43 words) - 01:18, 2 April 2013
  • ...tomate this for new documents by modifying your Subversion config file (on Linux, this should be in ~/.subversion/config) to contain: ...installed. This is somewhat tricky, but I have it working on Fedora Core 5 Linux (a bit of juggling with the fonts was required - removing the Adobe Symbol
    3 KB (451 words) - 02:13, 13 September 2008
  • | platform = Windows, Linux, Mac OSX, FreeBSD
    536 bytes (75 words) - 00:27, 27 July 2013
  • | platform = Windows, Mac OSX, Linux, FreeBSD
    583 bytes (81 words) - 17:22, 1 January 2015
  • | platform = Windows, Linux, MacOSX
    723 bytes (97 words) - 17:21, 1 January 2015
  • If your Linux System is set up properly, there should be a '''/usr/include/X11''' directo [[Category:Linux]]
    4 KB (601 words) - 11:40, 2 August 2012
  • ...mats for reading and writing. It supports several compilers and OSes (Win, Linux, Mac OSX). The library has a OpenGL-like syntax. It has not been updated re
    791 bytes (120 words) - 22:11, 1 February 2021
  • ..., that supports OpenGL 3.2+ (Core Profile only) development on Windows and Linux. Besides OpenGL, RenderDoc can also be used to debug [https://www.khronos.o ...it to find out where the bottleneck is in your app. There were Windows and Linux versions.
    9 KB (1,320 words) - 17:25, 18 August 2021
  • === Linux and X-Windows === ==== Linux and X-Windows ====
    11 KB (1,665 words) - 02:27, 30 April 2015
  • In all three major desktop platforms (Linux, macOS, and Windows), OpenGL more or less comes with the system. However, y === Linux ===
    14 KB (2,181 words) - 15:58, 25 April 2021
  • ...ode to run on windows, mac, and unix / linux. This code has been tested on linux and windows only but should work fine on other systems also. On linux:
    5 KB (804 words) - 12:26, 13 April 2014
  • : A C++ toolkit which abstracts the Linux, MacOS X and Windows away. It provides a number of OpenGL helper objects, w : An OpenGL loading library for Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, Irix, and Solaris.
    11 KB (1,706 words) - 22:33, 1 February 2021
  • ...is a better alternative to the method described in [[Programming OpenGL in Linux: Creating a texture from a Pixmap]] article. [[Category:Linux]]
    5 KB (590 words) - 11:42, 2 August 2012
  • : A C++ toolkit which abstracts the Linux, MacOS X and Windows away. It provides a number of OpenGL helper objects, w
    2 KB (265 words) - 05:52, 12 March 2013

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