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Kuemmel



Joined: 30 Jan 2006
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Kuemmel
Hi linux poeple,

I got some request to port my fractal benchmark to Linux x86 assembler and as I got no idea about linux os coding and don't got linux running myself I ask for some help.

I've no idea if it's easy or not...basically I assume the multi-threading things should be available somehow, just the use of some DirectDraw stuff might be not, though, I just need a full screen to draw on with a base memory address to draw the RGB-values there...may be OpenGL or something ?

You can get the WinXP version including source code at:
http://www.mikusite.de/x86/KMB_V0.52_MT.zip
There are some special include files for WinXP, too:
http://www.mikusite.de/x86/KMB_INCLUDE.zip

Cheers,

Kuemmel
Post 27 Jun 2006, 21:33
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