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How to programming with svgalib?

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I'd like to create a Linux program with a low level library (something like svgalib). Somebody can tell me where are svgalib documentation or another library with documentation, for me to use as an example or starting point? I don't wanna use XWindows or other window manager.
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Documentations is available via man, try man svgalib.
Can also as man for particular functions like vga_init()
The man database has to be installed ofcourse.

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