Display images on Full Screen

I’m running on a Linux machine and I’m using CUDA to directly display images to the screen. I found the Sample codes in the Cuda 5.0 release that do this: Mandelbrot, simgleGL, etc. However, these all seem to create a small 512x512 window on the screen, which is only a portion of the entire screen. I’d like to display images that consume the entire display. Does anyone know how to do that?


I looked into CUDA Samples and I discovered that Mandelbrot uses GLUT on linux to display.

You can use glutFullScreen to request that the current window becomes fullscreen.