On Saturday, October 15, 2011, Zantgo <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Well, then what is Xorg (as in most of the districts) with the free
> the drivers nVIDIA (nouveau)?, or OpenGL, OpenGL if it is not, how I can
> install OpenGL?
back when i still had time to tinker with openbsd, i bought a slightly
slower (pci), yet slightly higher capacity (more ram), ati graphics
card; that replaced the nvidia card that came with the g4 mac; just so
i could run blender3d on my system. it was hard to obtain in yucatan,
too. i had to get it through the mail and everything. it was definetly
worth it, though.
since then, i have always favored ati over nvidia. besides, ati is
owned by amd, a company which i personally tend to like (for various
On Sun, Oct 16, 2011 at 4:55 AM, Matthieu Herrb <[hidden email]>
> On Sat, Oct 15, 2011 at 09:01:59PM -0300, Zantgo wrote:
>> Well, then what is Xorg (as in most of the districts) with the free version
>> the drivers nVIDIA (nouveau)?,
> Nouveau is not available on OpenBSD for now. There is a number for
> reasons for that. Check the mailing list archives.
>> or OpenGL, OpenGL if it is not, how I can
>> install OpenGL? I need to install Gnome3
> You cannot get accelerated OpenGL on nvidia hardware under OpenBSD.
> Get supported hardware (intel or r300-r600 radeon) or another
> operating system.
> I would prefer the 2nd option.
> Matthieu Herrb