From: John Stone (
Date: Mon Jul 13 2015 - 09:43:24 CDT

  I have a test build of VMD w/ Oculus Rift support for 64-bit Linux, but
nothing for Windows yet. If you're only choice is to run on Windows,
then using a virtual machine per Axel's suggestion might be the only
good way to try it out in the short term. When I'm farther along and I've
added support for the new ovrsdk (current revs don't support Linux/MacOS)
it should be easier to support Windows.

  John Stone

On Mon, Jul 13, 2015 at 09:08:53AM +0200, Christian Wohlschlager wrote:
> Hello !
> I ve a Username and a password for cvs access to vmd , i would like to
> download 1.9.3 beta to test the HMD feature . :-( on windows i ve no
> compiler running , so i would need a installable exe is it possible and
> how. ( also i hace nvidia card on my windows machine)
> thank you
> christian

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