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Old 07-04-06, 06:56 PM   #1
windyweather
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Unhappy SUSE 10.1 - Can't find openGL libs

Starting to use LINUX and got an example OpenGL app. Worked with MESA, but with default SUSE 10.1 video drivers. No overlay support, so decided to install Nividia drivers. That seems to have worked fine, but now the application won't build because the Mesa libraries at /user/lib/GL are GONE!!! Did Nvidia installer remove them and put some new library somewhere else. It seems to indicate that it has done that, but searching high and low can't turn up the new libraries.
  1. Someone know the complete path to the libraries to link with??
  2. Need to change the headers path? Mesa headers are still there. Should use Nivida headers?

Driver works fine. GF4200 card. Just need to be able to build apps.

attachment install.log

Thanks much,
ww
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Old 07-04-06, 07:10 PM   #2
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Red face Is this it???

Looks like there is a /usr/lib/libGL.so. I'll bet that is it...

it will take a while to wrestle KDevelop into submission so it will build.
Ok... That looks like it.

sigh...

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