[openal] cannot find -lopenal ... cant find .a file
metalcaedes at gmail.com
Wed Jun 11 16:56:48 EDT 2014
It seems like you're trying to link it statically (thus needing the .a)
and libopenal-dev doesn't contain the static lib anymore.
Why don't you just link it dynamically?
Am 11.06.2014 22:23, schrieb Kip Carr:
> I am currently trying to link against the latest openal
> (1:1.14-4ubuntu1) in Ubuntu 14. I did an apt-get install libopenal-dev
> to get latest. When I compile I get an error:
> /usr/bin/ld: cannot find –lopenal
> I did a “find . –name “*openal*” in the user folder and this is what I get:
> This worked under Ubuntu 8 (sorry updating ollllld code) but there was
> an .a file and they were all just located under lib not the new x86_64
> folder. Is there a reason the .a file isn’t in the latest release or
> any other reason I would be getting this error? Ive tried searching
> around and there isn’t anything on this sort of problem.
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