26 Aug 2000 dbryson   » (Apprentice)

Well, my problems with NSI are apparently over and everything was modified/changed over on time. Although I am still receiving notifications that stuff can't be changed because it is already changed (i.e. requests from over a week ago are finally coming through), the important stuff was done on time. Thank god! Why hasn't NSI updated its system? Why are they still using that antique email based system?

I just discovered the <a href="http://utah-glx.sourceforge.net/">Utah-GLX</a> project on SourceForge which has hardware accelerated OpenGL for many Matrox, ATI, nVidia, Sis, and S3 chipsets as well as the Intel 810. This is too cool. I now have HW acclerated OpenGL on my notebook which uses an ATI Rage LT chipset. Quake runs really nice now.

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