Installing Project Looking Glass (LG3D) on Ubuntu 6.10

Head on to wikipedia first if you dont know what im talking about 🙂

https://lg3d.dev.java.net/images/misc/lg3d-pic-300x300.jpg

Installing LG3D is a breeze compared to installing XGL/Beryl on Ubuntu (as per my buddy ramsey’s observation and personal experience) Be

First Thing First : read the Video Card Requirements. Then add the following to your /etc/apt/sources.list

for stable

deb http://javadesktop.org/lg3d/debian stable contrib

for testing

deb http://javadesktop.org/lg3d/debian testing contrib

for unstable

deb http://javadesktop.org/lg3d/debian unstable contrib

i suggest use the stable one. then update using the following command

sudo apt-get update

and install looking glass using this one

sudo apt-get install lg3d-core

note that you will need to accept the licenses for lg4d, jdk and java to complete the installation.

Remember that you need to end your session (log out) and choose from gdm/kdm the looking glass session and login and…

Tedent! – Kewlburn

You’re done!

Hats off to sir ramsey for this Project Looking Glass installation tutorial

2 Responses to Installing Project Looking Glass (LG3D) on Ubuntu 6.10

  1. ramsey says:

    sir ramsey amp! hunny err!

    Hats off to sir ramsey for this Project Looking Glass installation tutorial

  2. poell says:

    uu sir kita eh 😀

    tsup tsup

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