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GLEW(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   GLEW(1)

NAME
visualinfo -- displays GL extension and visual info SYNOPSIS
visualinfo [-display display] [-visual id] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the visualinfo command. visualinfo is a small utility that displays all available visuals, aka. pixelformats, in an OpenGL system along with renderer version information. It shows a table of all the visuals that support OpenGL along with their capabilities. The format of the table is similar to that of glxinfo on Unix systems: visual ~= pixel format descriptor id = visual id (integer from 1 - max visuals) tp = type (wn: window, pb: pbuffer, wp: window & pbuffer, bm: bitmap) ac = acceleration (ge: generic, fu: full, no: none) fm = format (i: integer, f: float, c: color index) db = double buffer (y = yes) dw = swap method (x: exchange, c: copy, u: undefined) st = stereo (y = yes) sz = total # bits r = # bits of red g = # bits of green b = # bits of blue a = # bits of alpha axbf = # aux buffers dpth = # bits of depth stcl = # bits of stencil OPTIONS
A summary of options is included below. -h --help Print help and exit. -display display Allows specifying an X display. -visual id Allows specifying a specific X visual. SEE ALSO
Xorg (1x), glewinfo (1) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Joost Damad <joost@damad.be> for the Debian system (but may be used by others). Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 2 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation. On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public License can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL. GLEW(1)

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GLXINFO(1)						      General Commands Manual							GLXINFO(1)

NAME
glxinfo - display info about a GLX extension and OpenGL renderer. SYNOPSIS
glxinfo [-t] [-v] [-b] [-display displayname] DESCRIPTION
glxinfo lists information about the GLX extension, OpenGL capable visuals, and the OpenGL renderer on an X server. The GLX and renderer info includes the version and extension attributes. The visual info lists the GLX visual attributes available for each OpenGL capable vis- ual (e.g. whether the visual is double buffered, the component sizes, Z-buffering depth, etc). Command line options include: -t By default the visual info is presented in a concise 80 character wide tabular format. The -t option directs glxinfo to produce a wider, more readable tabular format. -v Directs glxinfo to generate a verbose format output style for the visual list similar to the info of xdpyinfo. -b Print the ID of the "best" visual on screen 0. -l Print interesting OpenGL limits. -i Use indirect rendering connection only. -display displayname Specify the display to query. ENVIRONMENT
DISPLAY To get the default host, display number, and screen. SEE ALSO
xdpyinfo(1) AUTHOR
Brian Paul Modifications for XFree86 added by Mark Paton XFree86 Version Version 4.3.0 GLXINFO(1)
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