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    What is the simplest way of sending a BMP image from a memory buffer to a window? (Without having to plot it pixel by pixel)

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    That depends upon a lot of things such as the window manager you are running, what graphics libraries you are using, etc. So, please describe your Linux distribution+version, window manager and version, and the graphics libraries or toolkits you plan on using.
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    The OS is CentOS 5.4, and i intend to use the OpenGL library. As for the windows manager, i am not sure if it is KDE or GNOME.

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