On 2009-06-30 02:13:11, Roland Smith wrote:
> The page says it does.
Forgive me for being cynical but after countless experiences, I rarely believe
such statements any more!
> > Virtualbox + VMGL seems the most likely candidate at the moment -
> From the abovementioned page: "VMGL is available for X11-based guest OS's".
> > I'm just not sure if it's currently stable at all.
> At version 0.1.1, I wouldn't expect too much.
> OpenGL is just a display mechanism. If the calculations feeding the
> display have to be run in an emulator, this will slow your program down
Well, I'd be running with virtualization extensions as my CPU supports
them and I'd think that OpenGL commands being passed from a VM straight
to the graphics card via this system shouldn't incur too much overhead.
> If your program on the guest OS is already written for X11, can't you
> port it to FreeBSD? Or run it natively and transport the output to your
> FreeBSD box via X11?
If I'd written the program, it'd already be running on FreeBSD natively,
you've got my word on that. Unfortunately it's old and, of course,
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