Subject: Re: Two questions from a new NetBSD for Dreamcast user
To: Andy Michaels <email@example.com>
From: Peter Stewart <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/11/2001 13:53:50
Ive got microwindows running fairly well, I was going to get MameCE or
Im currently doing the mouse driver, it works okay but I have to test it
a little more, and then get microwindows to open /dev/mouse ...
Andy Michaels wrote:
> Nathan, I am in the process of figuring out the NFS mount stuff as
> well. I'm getting some assistance, and as soon as I get it down, I'll
> work on updating the HOWTO on the site. in the meantime, try muddling
> through the NetBSD diskless HOWTO on netbsd.org.
> I am actually interested in writing graphics code myself, and was
> wondering if anyone has been working on getting libraries in place for
> doing 3D graphics, or for that matter, anything beyond the console. Has
> anyone done any work in terms of graphics being executable from NetBSD on
> the PowerVR2 hardware?
> ** A N D Y . M I C H A E L S
> ** L E G O AT G T I DOT N E T
> ** http://www.gti.net/lego
> On Wed, 11 Jul 2001, nathan widmyer wrote:
> > Does someone know where I can get step-by-step instructions on setting the
> > Dreamcast up via network on nfs. Although I am a pretty experienced user
> > of Linux, I never had to deal with nfs.
> > Also, is there any compiler or anything to create programs using the
> > Dreamcasts main graphics subsystem. For example, if I were to use C++ to
> > make a 3D program, I can compile it and it run it like a regular game with
> > the terminal in the background. Is that too far over the horizon? Thanks