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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers Changing 24 bits to 8 bits display Post 16574 by larry on Monday 4th of March 2002 07:52:36 PM
Old 03-04-2002
killerserv,

I'm sorry I should have stated that I have an FBB Graphic Accelerator not an M64 Graphic Accelerator. I have tried what you said but I get "No such file or directory" /dev/fbs/m640

then when I try m64config -propt i get:

# /usr/sbin/m64config -propt
m64config: /dev/fbs/m640: No such file or directory

--- OpenWindows Configuration for /dev/fbs/m648 ---
OWconfig: machine
Video Mode: 1152x900x76
Depth: 8

# exit

I'm confuess as to what this means?
 
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Tk_GetPixmap(3) 					       Tk Library Procedures						   Tk_GetPixmap(3)

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NAME
Tk_GetPixmap, Tk_FreePixmap - allocate and free pixmaps SYNOPSIS
#include <tk.h> Pixmap Tk_GetPixmap(display, d, width, height, depth) Tk_FreePixmap(display, pixmap) ARGUMENTS
Display *display (in) X display for the pixmap. Drawable d (in) Pixmap or window where the new pixmap will be used for drawing. int width (in) Width of pixmap. int height (in) Height of pixmap. int depth (in) Number of bits per pixel in pixmap. Pixmap pixmap (in) Pixmap to destroy. _________________________________________________________________ DESCRIPTION
These procedures are identical to the Xlib procedures XCreatePixmap and XFreePixmap, except that they have extra code to manage X resource identifiers so that identifiers for deleted pixmaps can be reused in the future. It is important for Tk applications to use these proce- dures rather than XCreatePixmap and XFreePixmap; otherwise long-running applications may run out of resource identifiers. Tk_GetPixmap creates a pixmap suitable for drawing in d, with dimensions given by width, height, and depth, and returns its identifier. Tk_FreePixmap destroys the pixmap given by pixmap and makes its resource identifier available for reuse. KEYWORDS
pixmap, resource identifier Tk 4.0 Tk_GetPixmap(3)

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