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Mandrake 7.0 and MesaGL

Anonymous's picture
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We use the last version of Mandrake: 7.0 but the libraries MesGL and MesaGLU don't appear in the directory where they're supposed to be, although the installation seems to have been well completed.

As a consequence, we can't relinking files such as TTOPOLOGY which need those libraries.

What's about these libraries?

C R johnson's picture

Mandrake 7.0 comes with Mesa 3.1 . The Open Cascade binaries are linked against Mesa 3.0

This means that you either have to rebuild open cascade against Mesa 3.1 ( which means hacking a bunch of the adm/Linux/*.comp and *.lnk files first - ugh!) or getting and installing Mesa 3.0 and using that instead of the RPM that came with Mandrake ( this is much easier and faster, but it might break other applications).

I hope that Open Cascade moves to Mesa 3.1, and change the linking to the standard -lGL instead of -lMesaGL for the official 3.0 release. Mesa 3.1 is much more compatable with official GL in terms of library names, installation directories, and other things.

Robert Boehne's picture

At Ricardo we are using Metro-X GL under Red Hat 6.1. To compile Open CasCade we just used the "treplace" script to change lMesaGL to lGL. I don't see why anyone would use anything but lGL. If you insist on having lMesaGL files around, symbolicly link them to the "normal" Open GL names lGL.