Difference: X11OnLaptops (7 vs. 8)

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Setting up X11 and OpenGL on your laptop/desktop

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Setting up X11 on Linux

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It's there. Note that you can set up X11 forwarding the same way as described for Mac OS.
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It's already there. Note that you can set up X11 forwarding the same way as described for Mac OS.
  Note: X11 might not be there if you set up your laptop with a minimal text-only Linux installation without graphics. If you have that level of expertise, I'll assume you know how to install X11 if you need it.
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OpenGL on Mac OS

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OpenGL is not enabled in XQuartz by default. You'll have to do the following:
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OpenGL is not enabled in XQuartz by default. You'll have to do the following one-time configuration:
 
  • Find out which version of XQuartz you're using. Within XQuartz, go to the XQuartz menu and select About X11.
 
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