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Its me again SDL & Linux

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hello, yes I know I just posted yesturday about VC++ and SDL, but my goal is to set up SDL on my linux install aswell... This is what I''ve done I''ve downloaded the devel and the runtime library for linux. when I tried to install the runtime library but get this: rpm -U --replacepkgs //home/slip/sdl/SDL-1.2.5-1.i386.rpm;echo RESULT=$? file /usr/lib/libSDL-1.2.so.0 from install of SDL-1.2.5-1 conflicts with file from package libSDL1.2-1.2.4-11mdk RESULT=1 I''m no expert but I''m guessing I already have the run-time library installed? but it looks like an older version? I then installed the devel package successfully. =) My actual Question is... Now what? what compiler options and parameters is required to compile? or what do I need to know if that is the wrong question to ask? slip

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ahh yes
I knew there was something I still had to do on that site. shouldn''t have closed it.
thanks

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alright
I went to the site and checked out all the faq,
now I know what I have to do to compile but I''m getting an error

/home/slip/tmp/cc6fte3o.o(.eh_frame+0x11): undefined reference to ''__gxx_personality_v0''
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status

thats a link (ld) error am I right?

what do I need to do?
slip

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You''re right, it''s a linker error. I never encountered that one. A quick search on google led me to this message.
Are you using gcc or g++ to compile? The search results seem to indicate that this funtion is used when using some python libs.

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alright cool
I''ll give it a go I was using gcc...
What is the difference between gcc and g++?

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