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3d Desktop

by thebestthing123 / June 9, 2004 4:36 AM PDT

I'm running RH9 KDE and when i downloaded 3d Desktop it says gnome and nvidia in the file name. When I go to install it, it says that I need a couple of certain files. lib something

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Re:3d Desktop
by David Utidjian / June 9, 2004 10:37 AM PDT
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I am assuming you mean , yes?

If so I just tried it in Fedora Core 1. Very cool eye candy but it doesn't do anything more useful than impress the natives. It is also quite a resource hog.

I am also assuming that you need (as the webpage states) imlib2-devel and it may also complain about (or something).

If you are going to build it yourself as I did you will need the imlib2 and imlib2-devel package.

If you just want to install it from the prebuilt RPM you should only need the imlib2 package (there is a source listed on the bottom of the link I posted).

If it still complains about then just try installing it with the nodeps option to RPM. This is a common wierdness due to using Nvidia drivers from Nvidia.

If you don't have full 3D accellerated graphics system none of the above will help.

This explains everything in detail.


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Re:3d Desktop
by Bainer_01 / June 9, 2004 12:38 PM PDT
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is that u bruce? cuz all these post by thebestthing123 relate to ur problems

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