You need to be more precise about what you are trying to run. Is that linux
binaries against a 4.2 box ? If yes, you'll then need to install GLX binaries
for Linux on your FreeBSD, here's a link to the package i am talking about :
And here's the page about the linux ports (note that it also contains glide
packages 2.4) :
If you plan to run Linux Quake on that, you'll need to modify the linux libs
seding them to ELF, reply to me if you want more info about this.
On Wednesday 07 March 2001 10:34, Jason Corcoran wrote:
> I am trying to get my Voodoo 3 PCI card working with FreeBSD 4.2- Release.
> It is detected during boot time and I have configured my X server for a
> Voodoo 3 (generic) server. But when I try to run the glide test programs, I
> am told.
>>> _GlideInitEnvoirment:glide2x.dll expected voodoo graphics, non detectable.
>> I have checked and the Linux glide and glx packages are installed. Am I
> missing some variable or package?
> Jason Corcoran.
>> e-mail jason at corcoran.tc> SMS jay at corcoran.tc
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