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Thread: General end-user drivers.

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    General end-user drivers.

    Greetings,

    I've just bought myself a TNT2M64 card and installed the nvidia driver package and all.

    Now I just have one (hopefully simple) question: against what do I compile my sources?

    Agreed, I have a libGL now, but how can I get a libGLU? Or the appropriate GL.h and such?

    I'm puzzled as to wether these are standard and I can just use one, or not? Perhaps I can compile against MESA and run it against the nvidia drivers?

    Anyhows, my thanks in advance.
    Sincerely,
    Simkin.

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    Re: General end-user drivers.

    You can use GLU and GLUT from Mesa with your nVidia GL library, though I got mine straight from SGI and compiled it seperately.

    /skw|d

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