Fmod Example Compile in Linux

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lindomar
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Fmod Example Compile in Linux

Postby lindomar » Feb 26, 2006 13:39

I not understand compilation fmod example in linux...
playmp3.bas
I am instaled fmod in /usr/lib
Compilation OK.
Run is problem "Can't initialize FMOD..."

Please help-me
Sterling Christensen
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Postby Sterling Christensen » Feb 26, 2006 21:57

Do any of the other examples run, like openaltest.bas ?

Are you using ALSA or OSS?
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Postby lindomar » Feb 27, 2006 16:20

Sterling Christensen wrote:Do any of the other examples run, like openaltest.bas ?

Are you using ALSA or OSS?


I am using playmp3.bas and Alsa...
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Postby red_Marvin » Feb 27, 2006 17:14

This might work: Before running the program open up a console and enter
killall esd
(and press enter, of course)
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Postby Sterling Christensen » Feb 27, 2006 20:35

If you're a KDE user it's "arts" you might need to shut down.
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Postby lindomar » Mar 01, 2006 13:58

Resolved problem with the installation of the alsaconf.

Thank you very much to all.
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Postby E.K.Virtanen » Mar 28, 2006 17:01

Code: Select all

 fbc playmp3.bas
/usr/share/freebasic/bin/linux/ld: cannot find -lfmod


"wtf" says linux newbie :D
alsa, ubuntu, gnome.
lindomar
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Postby lindomar » Mar 28, 2006 18:00

lurah wrote:

Code: Select all

 fbc playmp3.bas
/usr/share/freebasic/bin/linux/ld: cannot find -lfmod


"wtf" says linux newbie :D
alsa, ubuntu, gnome.


You have to install fmod and alsa-conf...

Im using Suse-DVD 10.0
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Postby E.K.Virtanen » Mar 28, 2006 18:45

They are installed :(
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Postby D.J.Peters » Mar 29, 2006 20:08

try in console
locate fmod
or
find / -name libfmod* -print

on my box it is in /usr/lib/libfmod.so

Joshy

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