From: Donncha O Caoimh (donncha.ocaoimh at domain tradesignals.com)
Date: Thu 05 Aug 1999 - 14:56:38 IST
Thanks for the links, but there was an openGL library for the TNT
included which I used exactly as documented in the README.. I'll give
those links a go a report any successes later.
> Donncha O Caoimh wrote:
> > Did anyone else get Kingpin running in Linux? I installed the game in
> > Windows and downloaded the Linux client at home. I have a TNT based
> > graphics card but the game was still very, very slow.
> > Anyone else have similar experiences with a TNT 1?
> you're probbaly still using the software based opengl.
> try getting the mesa compiled version from the tnt site
> and using that instead. eg, quake3 with the measa-tnt is
> supposed to be as good as voodoo3 cards..
> The mesa-tnt says its for the tnt2 cards but it still may
> work for tnt1 cards, since else where they report
> backward compatability as one of the features......
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