2. Overview of supported SVGA chipsets and modes
3. Description of svgalib functions additional to VGAlib v1.2
4. How to use svgalib
5. Structure of chipset driver modules
6. Changes (see file CHANGES)
7. Known bugs
9. References (location of latest version, apps etc.)
This is a low level graphics library for L
David Mosberger-Tang <davidm@AZStarNet.com> contributed patches to make
svgalib run on Linux/Alpha. It is known to run with #9 GXE.
No reports of other hardware working or not exist yet. This is REAL ALPHA
software. I don't know any installation details. In theory you just recompile
it out of the box (When you are using Linux/Alpha you are a hacker and should
be able to create a shared lib w/o pr
If you are using ELF you can now recompile svgalib now out of the box in ELF
(kindly contributed by Stephen Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>).
Again this was changed. To use ELF please edit Makefile.cfg and change the
TARGET_FORMAT to elf in there.
For safety issue a `make clean'. Then continue with `make install' and
`make' as for a.out.
# You can actually use this file as a config file for svgalib by copying
# it to /etc/vga/libvga.con
First a few comments of me (Michael Weller <email@example.com>).
As of this writing (1.2.
Ok, this should better be a README.indent or README.style, but then you probably
won't have read it.
This is the original README from VGAlib v1.2. It describes the basic
library functions; some
Demo programs in this directory:
Mode test program.
Random moving pixels accumula
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