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Re: [liquidwar-user] KDE, ALSA, and sound

From: lw . 10 . judebert
Subject: Re: [liquidwar-user] KDE, ALSA, and sound
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2004 22:36:02 -0400
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It's funny how stupid I can be. I knew that; I use it at work all the time. My LW is linked to; that's Allegro 4.0.3-14. Version 4.1.15 is also on my system; should I simply ln the 4.0 lib to point to the 4.1.15 lib?


David Redick - address@hidden wrote:

To check which dynamic libraries a binary is linked to use a
program called "ldd" (that's a lowercase L in the front).

The output should look something like this:
        shell>ldd a.out
       => /lib/ (0x40017000)
                /lib/ => /lib/ (0x40000000)

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Subject: Re: [liquidwar-user] KDE, ALSA, and sound
Thanks, David.

I finally got sound -- but only when I wasn't using KDE.  In Gnome,
where I don't start up esd, Liquid War at least gave me wav sounds. (I'm still installing MIDI, specifically for LW.)

Still, I use KDE most often, and the allegro tools do work from KDE. I'm running Debian Sid, and Synaptic tells me I've got liballegro4.1
installed at version 2:4.1.15-4.  Of course, it also says I've got
liballegro4a version 2:4.0.3-14 installed, too.  I wonder which one it
chooses, and how I could tell?

If I can help you find anything else, just ask.


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