Gem 0.81 under redhat, and questions

Miller Puckette mpuckett at man104-1.UCSD.Edu
Sun Oct 31 02:59:57 CEST 1999

Hi droogs

So here I am running Gem 0.81 (Guenter's distribution) in redhat Linux.  I
have one small difficulty to report: I installed all the extra libraries
(Mesa, gltt, ttf, GLU MesaGLU, etc) in /usr/local/lib and found that the
two Mesa libraries weren't found by Gem although the others were.  I
ended up linking the Mesa stuff into /usr/lib and that fixed it.  Count
on a hald   day or so to find all the libraries and compile and install

Now here's the interesting question.  I really want my nice TV card to
work as a video input to Gem.  Has anyone tried this yet?  The video
input objects exist in Gem, they just aren't adapted to Linux yet.

After I do that I want to have multiple gemwinds so that I can draw stuff
offscreen and use the result as a pix_image.  Also, I want to be able
to put 2 gfx cards in my machine and dedicate one of them as the output
gemwind so that I can have both my login window and a signal to project at
the same time.  Anyone have similar ideas?


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