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Re: [vox-tech] debian packages,dselect, etc...

begin: Stephen M. Helms <Mytho_X@pacbell.net> quote
> I actually have a few questions:
> 2.  I am having trouble in compiling Bill k's defendguin (and other sdl
> games) saying that it can not find sdl-mixer.  I can not find sdl-mixer
> in dselect.  I know I can download the rpm, but I want to do things the
> debian way.
> Any help would be appreciated.
stephen, you must be running potato.  sdl-mixer is definitely available from
the sid and woody packages.  i don't think potato has it.   you can find out
from www.debian.org.

note that it's called "libsdl-mixer", not "sdl-mixer".

# dpkg -l "libsdl-mixer*"
||/ Name           Version        Description
ii  libsdl-mixer1. 1.1.0-4        mixer library for Simple DirectMedia Layer 1
ii  libsdl-mixer1. 1.1.0-4        Development files for SDL1.1 mixer library
ii  libsdl-mixer1. 1.2.0-1        mixer library for Simple DirectMedia Layer 1


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