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Tue Apr 29 16:32:34 BST 2008
The command 'glxgears' will render an image to test and give you an estimate
of FPS your card can handle.
On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 10:58 AM, John C. Meuser <meuserj at gmail.com> wrote:
> If you run "glxinfo" in a terminal it will tell you everything about
> opengl on your display.
> On Tue, 2008-04-29 at 10:12 -0400, Robert Martz wrote:
> > Seems like Ubuntu has arrived when I can update it and can not tell a
> > difference. I know there are a lot of things under the hood, but it
> > feels the same, which is a good thing.
> > I have a quick question. I was looking to see what video card the
> > system has to see if I have OpenGL installed and running. I was trying
> > to run Echalon 1 and could not get it to even start up. So I started
> > looking to see if OpenGL was installed and running. I even searched
> > the forums and could find nothing that suggests a "Device Manager" but
> > I remember one. I just can't remember how I got to it. Anyone else
> > remember?
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