[FONT=tahoma]I just replaced my 64-bit ubuntu 10.04 LTS system of the past 2 years with a new fresh-install 64-bit ubuntu 12.04 LTS system. Actually it’s just a new disk drive on the same computer, but that should be irrelevant.
I was developing a 3D engine on the old installation with the codeblocks IDE on top of the usual suspects (gcc/gdb/etc). One of the last things I did was to get the 64-bit version of the 3D engine working (had to write 64-bit SIMD/AVX/ymm assembly language versions of my 32-bit SIMD/SSE3/xmm maxtrix/vector/transformation routines).
After setting up my new system, installing codeblocks and installing the packages I needed, I was able to compile/link/execute the 64-bit version of my engine. Yeah!
However, I am unable to make the 32-bit versions compile and link, and can’t figure out what to do the make this work. The build errors reported are:
#1: fatal error: <glibconfig.h> - file not found
- i provisionally “solved” this one by adding the following compiler search path for the 32-bit projects:
- this path seems totally bogus, but that’s the only place on my system the glibconfig.h file exists
Given the above bogus “patch” (what’s it doing inside a “lib” subdirectory, and also a 64-bit one at that?), it was able to compile, but then I got the following link errors.
#2: ld : cannot find -lX11
#3: ld : cannot find -lcairo
#4: ld : cannot find -lpango
#5: ld : cannot find -lfreetype
#6: ld : cannot find -lfmodex
I thought I could maybe fix these link problem by installing the following packages (with the “ubuntu software center” application):
However, when I said “install”, the application generated a warning dialog with this message:If you install <item-from-above-list>, future updates will not include new items in the Ubuntu desktop system set. Are you sure you want to continue?
The list was about 200 items long and included fundamental packages, including:[i]- install packages using the apt protocol - gtk+ frontend
- install packages using the apt protocol - common data
- … and literally 100~200 more packages !!![/i]
The bottom line is… how do I compile 32-bit versions of my engine in 64-bit ubuntu 12.04 ???
Are “external packages” like fmodex (not supported by the “ubuntu software center”) handled differently?
MBx = gigabyte 990FXA-UD7
CPU = AMD FX-8150 8-core bulldozer
RAM = 8GB DDR3 in 2 matched modules
GPU = nvidia GTX-580
HDD = 250GB seagate SATA2 @7200rpm — 64-bit ubuntu 12.04 boot disk
HDD = 250GB seagate SATA2 @7200rpm — alternate ubuntu 12.04 boot disk and backups
HDD = 1024GB seagate SATA3 @7200rpm — backup drive
HDD = 3072GB seagate SATA3 @7200rpm — backup drive
HDD = 2048GB seagate external USB drive — backup drive
DVD = TSSTcorp CDDVDW SH-S223B — CD/DVD burner (SATA2)
DVD = HL-DT-ST BD-RE WH12LS38 — CD/DVD/bluray burner (SATA2)
64-bit ubuntu 12.04 LTS
mesa-utils (glxinfo, glxgears, glxheads, glxdemo)
- download and execute with --extract-only option to create directory with include and library files
- copy all .h files to directory /usr/include/GL (gl.h, glx.h, glext.h, glxext.h)
- download and extract to directory to access .h and .c files
- copy all .h files to directory /usr/include/GL (glew.h, glxew.h, wglew.h)
- copy 3 .c files into project directory (glew.c, glewinfo.c, visualinfo.c)
- download and extract to directory to access .h and .so files
- copy all .h files to directory /usr/include/fmodex
- copy all .so files to directory /usr/lib
requires X11 - xlib.h
requires GL/GLX - gl.h, glext.h, glx.h, glxext.h
requires GLEW - glew.h, glew.c, etc…
requires cairo library
requires pango library
requires freetype library
requires fmodex - fmodex.h
requires standard c libraries
no SDL or other frameworks[/FONT]