Go to www.opengl.org, click on "Developer" and there will be a link
there which you can use to download glut.
> I'm new with linux and would like to get some simple OpenGL programs I
> created in a class to work on my Linux machine. I have Mandrake 7 and
> when I checked the rpm tool, it shows that I do have Mesa Version 3.1
> installed But if I compile the code, I get a message that GL/glut.h
> could not be found (it is no-where on my linux drives) and it dies.
> Should I just put the same glut.h I used in Windows in my include
> folder? Since I'm using Mesa right now, do I have to change the link
> lines? here is what I have now:
> LDFLAGS=-L/usr/X11R6/lib -lglut -lGLU -lGL -lXmu -lXi -lXext -lX11 -lm
> Do I need the Xlibs? I don't include any header files different from
> windows, and I know the code works on Unix as it was working on SGI
> machines at my school.
> Thanks for any assistence,