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does anybody know any useful articles or links to OpenGL regarding its unix usage? I''ve got a school project that I wish to use it for (since the professor said its possible). Any information would be VERY useful. I would basically need to impliment simple graphics (boxes and circles) rather than use the XLib Unix graphics library. Thanks guys/gals!

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does anybody know any useful articles or links to OpenGL regarding its unix usage? I''ve got a school project that I wish to use it for (since the professor said its possible). Any information would be VERY useful. I would basically need to impliment simple graphics (boxes and circles) rather than use the XLib Unix graphics library. Thanks guys/gals!


In your Linux distro, you should have some documents on using Mesa/GLUT which is the Linux conterpart to OGL. You should be able to find them. If you can''t find them, do a search for Mesa/Glut in any good search engines and you will find what you are looking for.



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