It's not exactly a question and more of a discussion.
I found very less graphics application being developed for linux system. I'm not really fond of graphics programming and have a very little knowledge about it. Can any one suggest me that whether linux lack in ghraphics support? or something else is the reason for graphics application in linux?
Despite all the bells and whistles from window managers and o/s hooks, under it all is Xwindows in all LINUX/UNIX I can think of, except maybe Apple junk. There are many very accessible tools for using XWindows. I recall one that let you compose graphic files in text and then convert them to popular image file formats. It can light up all the pixels in all the colors. Ubuntu feels like funny Windows. Browsers and JAVA give you access to the graphics. What do you want from a graphics environment?
I am trying to install links2 with graphics support on snow leopard 10.6.8 (xcode installed). I have had the program running last year, also installed from source - but then I had installed some image libraries with mac ports and fink - cannot reproduce that setup. Plus I would like to not... (6 Replies)
I am designing a web page in Python that shows a graphical representation of the load on the various computing nodes of the Linux server. I am currently using ReportLab to generate the charts and graphs, but I seem to have some problems with that. I've reviewed ChartDirector. It... (2 Replies)
I'm trying to get RedHat 7.0 working on a Dell Latitude c600/c610 working. Well the graphics driver anyway.
See no matter what I configure it wont work. Run Xconfigurator and it wont have the right drivers installed for me to pick etc etc. So I'll run Xconfigurator get a generic driver,... (1 Reply)
I'm trying to setup Redhat 7.0 on a Dell Latitude C600/C610. Only thing I can't get to work is the damn graphics resolution. It's all configured correct apart from that.
What it is when I type 'startx' the resolution is huge. Shows about a quater of the screen resolution because of this.
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