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Will this project require 3D accelleration?

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Will this project require 3D accelleration?

Post by Guest » Fri Jan 05, 2007 12:22 pm


Main reason for me asking this is that i just cant get the damn ATI driver working.

Fedora Core 6 supports basic 3D.. will that be enough?
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Post by MindFlayer » Fri Jan 05, 2007 12:31 pm

Currently, all of the rendering is done via OpenGL. Practically it means that you have to have 3D acceleration enabled to get any decent frame-rates.

I'm sorry I couldn't be of any more help. Maybe someone more experienced Linux user could help you out.
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Post by Roots » Fri Jan 05, 2007 2:29 pm

You can run Allacrost with a software renderer of the OpenGL library, so technically it doesn't require you to have a 3D card. However, the software accelerated version of OpenGL is very very slow, so Allacrost would be barely playable. If I were you, I'd keep struggling with those ATI drivers. I know its a pain in the ass, but I got the ATI drivers installed on Debian back in 2004, and I know that the drivers have gotten better since then.

Or even better, sell your ATI card on e-Bay and pick up a decent nVidia card. :D
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