As I wrote last time
, my new linux installation doesn't work perfectly, and basically is not usable at all if you want to do work using 3D graphics. However, I simply took advantage of this situation and tried if Irrlicht
would work with this at all. And it did:
The software renderer was actually a little bit faster than with the OpenGL driver, wich ran but pretty slow of course. But ok, to be able to really work on the PC, I've got to install the ATI drivers. Or I could write an Linux irrKlang port first. Hm, let's see.