No you were right the first time. It's included in XFree86 dsl and it's part of opengl.
When I made ProzGui.dsl I did exactly this - I unpacked libGLU.so.1.3 and libGL.so.1.2 (I think it was both) and their soname symlinks from the Xfree86 extension and put these in ProzGui.dsl.*inadvertent double post* deletedhohum, update!
I screwed around for a bit, and finally decided I was going to install XFree86, since alot of extensions seem to depend on it. HAHA, that was a fun experience. So, two weeks and countless reformats later, I'm still where I was. Damn this overcomplicated procedure!
*sob* I just want to play a game...
HAHA, that was a fun experience. So, two weeks and countless reformats later, I'm still where I was. Damn this overcomplicated procedure!
1. Why do you need to reformat? 2. It's not too complicated, given you have enough RAM. (did you follow the .info?)1: Now that I think about it, I really don't know. I could have just renamed the backup .xserverrc file...
2: Aye, I used the configuration DSL, followed the .info perfectly, but it always throws an error when I reboot :/
I'm still relatively new to Linux, my only prior experience with anything like it was running a SMAUG MUD through Cygwin.Next Page...