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Old 08-06-2003, 03:23 AM   #1
Evilone
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How do i????


Install Visual Studio.Net 2003 on slackware....

Just kidding... I got two small problems, small i know, but i need to know.

I've just installed a new slack box, all is ok and it works. However :

1) When linux first boots, i usually use the framebuffer console, the one with the penguin top left. This machine has an i810 graphics adapter on board. For some reason it will only function as VGA??? Why??? if i set to frame buffer in lilo.conf, it says unsupported and then lets me choose my resolution. No penguin, blocky text??? I configured it in XFree as an i810 and it works perfectly. Glxgears runs, but slowly, any way of speeding this up??? 3d support maybee , like the nvidia cards??

2) The bootup penguin graphic, can it be changed??? How?? A company logo would be nice.

Thanks in advance...

Evilone
 
Old 12-19-2003, 06:41 AM   #2
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visual studio.net for linux

is there anything like visual studio.net for linux
if so please guide me where i can find it...and how to install it on linux
thanks in advance
 
Old 12-19-2003, 09:00 AM   #3
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Re: visual studio.net for linux

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Originally posted by adengua
is there anything like visual studio.net for linux
if so please guide me where i can find it...and how to install it on linux
thanks in advance
Nope. What do you use it for? If your going to be programming for Windows applications this just isn't gonna work.

If your going to program Linux applications, etc, I guess the one thing that is even close to Visual Studio is Kylix. I'm not a programmer so I don't keep up on these things.

And in the future, you should start your own questions in their own threads, instead of hijacking others.

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