[physfs] Error when compiling PhysicsFS
kewlpc at gmail.com
Sun Oct 28 01:28:25 EDT 2007
You should almost always use your Linux distro's package manager to install
libraries, programs, and such instead of downloading and building them from
source. One of the only valid exceptions would be if you are participating
in development of the library itself. Even if you are writing a program that
uses the library, you should use the package manager.
I don't know anything about SUSE, but there's probably even a GUI that will
let you search for the PhysFS package and install it. Or use the command
line version (yast for SUSE).
Are you also trying to build Netpanzer from source? If not, installing
SUSE's Netpanzer package (if it has one) should also install all of its
On 10/27/07, Neil Jackson <neil at webcoza.co.za> wrote:
> Although the make said 100% I still cannot load Netpanzer. This is the
> Error: Could not find 'PhysicsFS'. Try using the native package manager
> for openSUSE (yast) to install a package with similar name to 'physfs'.
> Error: Unable to prepare package NetPanzer.
> Ryan C. Gordon wrote:
> >> [ 98%] Built target physfs-static
> >> make: *** No rule to make target `libphysfs.so', needed by
> >> `test_physfs'. Stop.
> > I think this was a cmake bug that was fixed later than what Suse ships.
> > For now, build like this:
> > cd /where/i/downloaded/physfs
> > cmake -DPHYSFS_BUILD_TEST=False -DPHYSFS_BUILD_WX_TEST=False .
> > make
> > --ryan.
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