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    RE: Perspective help with OpenGL (mesa)
    You could use width / height for example. There's no "right" value, it depends on what you want to achieve.
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    You could use width / height for example. There's no "right" value, it depends on what you want to achieve.

  • mem
    RE: software to remultiplex video streams
    There was a mildly relevant discussion on Slashdot: http://ask.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/11/30/0048221
    Link to this post 14 May 09

    There was a mildly relevant discussion on Slashdot: http://ask.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=05/11/30/0048221

  • mem
    RE: Perspective help with OpenGL (mesa)
    The second argument to gluPerspective is the aspect ratio for the projection, simplest way is to use the aspect ratio of your window. You also need to take a step back :-) In your MODELVIEW matrix, add a translation in the "z" axis of about -10 units. Now you should see your cube in perspective.
    Link to this post 14 May 09

    The second argument to gluPerspective is the aspect ratio for the projection, simplest way is to use the aspect ratio of your window.

    You also need to take a step back :-)

    In your MODELVIEW matrix, add a translation in the "z" axis of about -10 units. Now you should see your cube in perspective.

  • mem
    RE: ssh X11 forward problem after reinstall
    It sounds like something is backwards... [local] $ ssh remote_host [remote] $ xterm The last line will display an xterm in your local computer. Your description sounds like you wish to display a window from your local computer in the remote computer, is that right? Also, ssh takes care of setting DISPLAY to the right value, you shouldn't need that.
    Link to this post 14 May 09

    It sounds like something is backwards...

    [local] $ ssh remote_host
    [remote] $ xterm

    The last line will display an xterm in your local computer. Your description sounds like you wish to display a window from your local computer in the remote computer, is that right? Also, ssh takes care of setting DISPLAY to the right value, you shouldn't need that.

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