On Mac OS X Mountain Lion you'll get the error message: "Ly X" can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer. See the Ly X/Mac wiki page for further installation tips.
Downloads Place in the same folder of cygwin dlls and configuration files.
Crosstool was originally developed for embedded system developers, but is also useful for mainstream developers who simply want their compiles to go fast or who need to build programs that run on older versions of Linux (e.g.
Red Hat 6.2), but don't want to develop on those ancient systems. It also supports building toolchains that target Cygwin; see You can use it to build linux-targeted compilers that run on Linux, Mac OS X, Solaris, and Cygwin.
It includes minimal patches for gcc and glibc needed to build a few combinations of (alpha, arm, i686, ia64, mips, powerpc, powerpc64, sh4, sparc, sparc64, s390, x86_64) x (gcc-2.95.3 ... It includes support for creating hetrogenous build clusters; it lets you use virtually every computer in the building, regardless of operating system or CPU type, to speed up your Linux compiles.
Then look at the demo scripts; there's one for each supported CPU type.
Accelerating the indirect Open GL path is orthogonal to how the X server itself is implemented, but it has the side effect of allowing the Open GL command stream to be more easily captured and redirected to a texture. Although the AIGLX project has features similar to Xgl, it was not intended to be a competing product.
In case the links above does not work, try this mirror.
Although we had previously announced that the 2.2.x series would no longer support Windows Vista, contributions from our users have made it possible for us to do so.
to allow accelerated indirect GLX rendering capabilities to the X. This allows remote X clients to get fully hardware accelerated rendering over the GLX protocol; coincidentally, this development was required for Open GL compositing window managers to function with hardware acceleration.
There are two ways in which a windowing system can allow an Open GL implementation to talk to the graphics card.