fun(6)                 Svgalib User Manual                 fun(6)

NAME
       fun - draw pixels accumulating in clusters

SYNOPSIS
       fun

DESCRIPTION
       Random  moving pixels accumulate in clusters. Uses virtual
       screens for frame animation. This uses basic VGA function-
       ality and works only in 320x200x256.

       Hit  <Ctrl>-C  to  abort. The bottom row shows all largest
       cluster and its size), frames drawn, and (after some time)
       average  frames  per  second. Once the screen is filled, a
       new random setup is run.

       This demo is part of svgalib  and  can  be  found  in  the
       demos/  subdirectory of the original svgalib distribution.
       However, it is not installed in  the  system  by  default,
       s.t.  it  is unclear where you can find it if your svgalib
       was installed by some linux distribution. Even then,  when
       you  have the demo on your system, you probably won't have
       the sources s.t. it is only of limited use for you.

       In case of any such problem, simply get an svgalib distri-
       bution  from  the  net. You even don't need to install it.
       Just make in the demos/ subdirecty. As  of  this  writing,
       svgalib-1.2.12.tar.gz  is  the  latest  version and can be
       retrieved    by    ftp     from     sunsite.unc.edu     at
       /pub/Linux/libs/graphics     and     tsx-11.mit.edu     at
       /pub/linux/sources/libs which will most probably  be  mir-
       rored by a site close to you.

SEE ALSO
       svgalib(7),    vgagl(7),    libvga(5),   threed(6),
       accel(6),    bg_test(6),    eventtest(6),     forktest(6),
       keytest(6),   mousetest(6),  scrolltest(6),  speedtest(6),
       spin(6),  testaccel(6),  testgl(6),  testlinear(6),  vgat-
       est(6), plane(6), wrapdemo(6)

AUTHOR
       This manual page was edited by Michael Weller <eowmob@exp-
       math.uni-essen.de>. The exact  source  of  the  referenced
       demo  as well as of the original documentation is unknown.

       It is very likely that both are at least  to  some  extent
       are due to Harm Hanemaayer <H.Hanemaayer@inter.nl.net>.

       Occasionally  this  might  be  wrong. I hereby asked to be
       excused by the original author and will happily accept any
       additions  or  corrections  to  this  first version of the
       svgalib manual.

Svgalib (>= 1.2.11)        29 July 1997                         1