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glxinfo(1)						      General Commands Manual							glxinfo(1)

NAME
glxinfo - show information about the GLX implementation SYNOPSIS
glxinfo [options] DESCRIPTION
The glxinfo program shows information about the OpenGL and GLX implementations running on a given X display. The information includes details about the server- and client-side GLX implementation, the OpenGL and GLU implementations as well as a list of available GLX visuals. OPTIONS
-v Print visuals info in verbose form. -t Print verbose table. -display display Specify the X display to interrogate. -h Print usage information. -i Force an indirect rendering context. -b Find the "best" visual and print its number. -l Print interesting OpenGL limits. AUTHOR
glxinfo was written by Brian Paul <brian.paul@tungstengraphics.com>. This manual page was written by Thierry Reding <thierry@gilfi.de>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 2006-11-29 glxinfo(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 __xservername__ added by Mark Paton __vendorversion__ GLXINFO(1)

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