Thursday, February 25, 2010
Read more about it in the Unity reference manual here: http://unity3d.com/support/documentation/Components/SL-Reference.html
A good way to start off is to have a look at the source code for Unity's built-in shaders, which you can download here: http://unity3d.com/download_unity/builtin_shaders.zip
Or check out the custom shaders that people have put up on the Unity Wiki, here: http://www.unifycommunity.com/wiki/index.php?title=Shaders
More Shader Coding Info:
Some More Info On GLSL Shader Development On Unity:
Thursday, February 18, 2010
Unity Screen Space:
Unity Example Scenes:
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Monday, February 15, 2010
bring up the terminal and type
Now go to File->Open and select the folder /etc and then select the file ld.so.conf now open the file. Copy and paste the location of your bullet folder that you compiled on the line below the last line in the file. Now click the save button and close gedit. At the terminal now type:
now test your programs and see if they run in the /usr/local/bin. The three programs of interest here are:
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Basically all you have to type into the terminal is
sudo apt-get build-dep openscenegraph
Before I typed this command I installed the libtiff4-dev in the synaptic package manager. The command above did all the rest.
Then I just downloaded the source code for Open Scene Graph 2.8.2 and compiled it as normal with the ./configure ; make; sudo make install
Then I went back and did the CMake turned on demos and apps and did the make; sudo make install
then I used the terminal and typed sudo /usr/bin/gedit which launches a graphical text editor with root access permissions. I then open up a text file by going to File->Open and navigate to /etc and select ld.so.conf Then I add the line /usr/local/lib and if I am 64 bit I add another line after that /usr/local/lib64. Then I save the file. I then open up another terminal and type sudo ldconfig which will then update the libraries install in linux.
Now I go into the folder with Open Scene Graph Data 2.8.0 and type osgviewer cow.osg If you see the cow it works. :) ;)
Friday, February 12, 2010
ok so you go into the rescue or recovery version of that kernel
user name and then hit enter
This only happens in Ubuntu 9.10 and never in any of the other versions of Ubuntu. I don't know what to say. 9.10 is the buggest version of Ubuntu hands down by a long shot of any other version of Ubuntu I have ever used. I could not even find bugs on the previous versions. But 9.10 its just like there are constantly bugs with it non stop.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Recovering Ubuntu Boot 9.10:
Grub 2.0 In Depth:
Data Recovery And Forensics Tools:
Wubi.exe Linux Boot Loader Fix:
Cannot boot into Ubuntu
Ubuntu cannot be booted if Windows has not been shut down cleanly, you have to clear the Windows filesystem from Windows (there is no chkdsk equivalent for Linux yet). If Wubi fails to start, boot into Windows, run chkdsk /r from Windows on the same drive where you have installed Ubuntu, shutdown cleanly and then try to boot into Ubuntu again.
Note that sometimes files are moved by Windows into a hidden folder called c:\found.000. You need to have c:\ubuntu\disks\root.disk and c:\ubuntu\disks\boot. If you do not see those, look for found.000. You need to change the Windows Explorer settings to be able to see hidden folders first, then move the files from found.000 to their original location.Make sure you did not install on a RAID array or in an encrypted disk. Also make sure you did not install using an Alternate or DVD ISO.
Not Easy To Understand Not Well Explained Written In Math Language. Has Some Good Examples Though:
Friday, February 5, 2010
Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Easy MSYS Install On Windows: Download First GNUstep System And Install Then Next Download GNUstep Core:
Image Format Libraries For Windows: