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Thread: OpenGL drivers: RH9, rage 128

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    OpenGL drivers: RH9, rage 128

    Hi
    I'm currently trying to get a game to work on my Linux pc, but it moves far to slow (1 frame per 10 seconds), and i've been informed that its because i'm using software rendering.
    I take it I need hardware acceleration, and I need the OpenGL drivers installed...

    My graphics card is rage 128, so i'm just wondering where i'd go and what to do from here to get everything up and running.
    Thanks for your time

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    Re: OpenGL drivers: RH9, rage 128

    What does 'glxinfo | grep direct' show? If it says 'direct rendering: No', you're getting software rendering. You should probably post to the dri-devel mailing list . That's the "usual" support forum for DRI related issues.

    When you post, please include your XF86Config file, /var/log/XFree86.log, and the output from 'LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose glxinfo'.

    [This message has been edited by idr (edited 03-09-2004).]

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