[plt-scheme] libGL.so

From: Bruce O'Neel (ecl at pckswarms.ch)
Date: Wed Jun 10 05:45:27 EDT 2009


In the debian world the libBLAH.so sym link is done for you if
you install the -dev package.

In my case (on debian) I've installed libgl1-mesa-dev but that's because I
use mesa and no OpenGL accleration.

Good luck!



On Mon, Jun 01, 2009 at 09:49:07AM -0400, Eli Barzilay wrote:
> On Jun  1, Todd O'Bryan wrote:
> > I'm trying to play Gobblet on Ubuntu using the Debian 4.1.5 package,
> > but I get an error saying that libGL.so is not available. I have
> > libGLU.so, but if I try to install the package that provides libGL,
> > it gets rid of some of the other packages (including
> > ubuntu-desktop).
> > 
> > Can someone with more Linux-fu than I explain the way out of this
> > conundrum?
> Do you have any other libGL.so library?  -- try
>   ls /usr/lib/libGL.so*
> and if you see one, then you can just create a symlink to the
> version-less name, for example:
>   cd /usr/lib
>   ln -s libGL.so.1 libGL.so
> (In 4.2 the sgl library will look for that version too, so this won't
> be needed.)
> -- 
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