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Installing Mesa 3.1

Posted on 2000-03-22
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How do I install Mesa 3.1 on a RedHat6 machine ?
I downloaded the file: MesaLib-3.1.tar.gz, gunzipped and untared it.
what do I do from here ?

Arnon.      
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You compile and install it. The directions are in the README's.
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Why don't you just download Mesa as a RPM package, it would be a lot simpler and better solution.

Download ftp://ftp.sunsite.org.uk/Mirrors/ftp.redhat.com/pub/contrib/libc6/i386/Mesa-3.1-1.i386.rpm

and say: rpm -Uvh Mesa-3.1-1.i386.rpm and you're done.
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