Much of this information is internal documentation. Care has not been made to make links work and make the documentation conprehensible for outsiders.
Our development platform is PC's running Windows 2000.
If you have problems and you need help from the staff, please contact Rasmus Vedel [vedel] or Jakob Roland Jakob Roland]. You might want to read the [[OutDated_Outdateds_problems_(click_here)|OutDated Outdateds problems (click here)]] page first, though.
Model: D6797T ABA
HP runs a User Group Web where you can find som additional info on the Kayak machines.
Note (sep99): some of the links above are broken due to HP's redesign of their Web site. Also, the Kayak-XW line is discontinued.
home page. The XU seems the closest to our
machines, but they don't use the fx cards anymore. - Spec sheet for the [[http://www.hp.com/kayak/pdfs/fx6.pdf|fx6]] graphics card. - Spec sheet for the new [[http://www.hp.com/visualize/products/graphics/nt_graphics/tech_specs/index.html|fx6+]] graphics card, available only on the [[http://www.hp.com/visualize/products/xclass/index.html| X-Class Visualize]] workstations, and [[http://www.hp.com/visualize/news/success/pdf/white_paper5.pdf|benchmarks]] comparing the fx2+, fx4+ and fx6+. - [[http://ipsnshe1.bbngloht.external.hp.com/pccafe/HPDesktopsPCCafe_files/HPDesktops.asp|HP Desktops PC Cafe]], HP's users forum.
Also, all our machines now have the texture memory extension (except 1 that was DOA).
- BETA development environment
OpenGL/X support allows Windows applications to take advantage of
Scriptics (www.scriptics.com) is the company founded by Ousterhout
(the author of Tcl) to sell Tcl products.
* Printers –
Maybe this link can help understand the names choosen for the machines: