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    OK, understood. Thank you.
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    @Cornstalks: thanks
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    Contacted support. Why this have to be so painful?
  4. I want to delete my account. Where's this super tiny, super secret "delete account" button? Thanks for help. BTW Great design!!!
  5. Solution: I have to include '-rpath' flag with a specified directory in the command above so the directory will be searched at the runtime. For example: search the same dir as executable dir: -Wl,-rpath,. search "libs" directory inside directory where is located executable: -Wl,-rpath,libs/ So now my command looks like this: [code] g++ *.cpp -I/my_include_dir/ -L/my_lib_dir/ -lSDL_image -lSDL_ttf -lSDL_mixer -lSDL -lpthread -ldl -lfreetype -lz -Wl,-rpath,. -o build/tictactoe32 -m32 [/code] Useful commands: Check which libraries will be loaded by the executable at runtime: [code]ldd <binary>[/code] Check which directories will be searched for libraries: [code]readelf -d <binary> | grep RPATH[/code] Sources: [url="http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Program-Library-HOWTO/shared-libraries.html"]http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Program-Library-HOWTO/shared-libraries.html[/url] [url="http://www.eyrie.org/%7Eeagle/notes/rpath.html"]http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/notes/rpath.html[/url] [url="http://www.techytalk.info/c-cplusplus-library-programming-on-linux-part-one-static-libraries/"]http://www.techytalk.info/c-cplusplus-library-programming-on-linux-part-one-static-libraries/[/url] (3 parts) in terminal: man ld
  6. Hi, thanks for the answer. I don't use libpng directly in my code, it is loaded by SDL_image at runtime, when needed to load different kinds of images (png in this case). I use only SDL_image.
  7. Hello GameDev:) I've finished my first simple game (Tictactoe) and I'm trying to make ready-to-run packages with all libs included, for Linux and Windows. I succeeded in compiling for both systems and making Windows package, however I have problem with 32-bit linux version (as in the tittle): compiled game doesn't detect libpng in its directory. Or maybe other libs too, but it's the only lib I have to copy to /usr/lib32/. Some details: My system: Debian Sid 64-bit SDL libs: 32-bit, all latest possible (1.2.15) GCC: 4.7 libpng: 1.2.49-1 So I'm building a 32-bit binary on a 64-bit linux system: g++ *.cpp -I/my_include_dir/ -L/my_lib_dir/ -lSDL_image -lSDL_ttf -lSDL_mixer -lSDL -lpthread -ldl -lfreetype -lz -o build/tictactoe32 -m32 No compile errors. Apparently libpng is not needed during compilation. However my game doesn't load images: Error: Failed loading libpng.so.3: libpng.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory So I downloaded 32-bit version of libpng from Debian's site, libpng12.so.0.49.0, created a link to it with a name libpng.so.3 and copied both files to my game's dir and it didn't help. I have to copy libpng.so.3 and libpng12.so.0.49.0 to /usr/lib32/. As I said, libpng.so.3 is only a link to a newer version, which in Debian is libpng12.so.0.49.0. And then it works. But when I move both files to my game's dir, it can't detect it. How can I solve it?
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