blender3d v2.34

Steven C. exvor at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 5 11:34:40 PDT 2004


--- Jonathan Lee <chorus at shaw.ca> wrote:

> Hello,
>    has anyone successfully gotten Blender 3d to run?
> I'm trying to get 
> the binary distribution to work but haven't had any
> luck. Here's what 
> I've done:
> 
>   1) downloaded the tgz:
> blender-2.34-linux-glibc2.2.5-i386.tar.gz
>   2) untarred it to /opt
>   3) tried ./blender from the directory and got an
> error about not
>      finding libSDL
>   4) installed libSDL
>   5) tried ./blender again
>   6) The SDL error is gone, but now it gives me this
> error:
> 
>          ./blender: error while loading shared
> libraries:
>          libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3: cannot open
> shared object file:
>          No such file or directory
> 
>   7) Found a post about making a link to
> libstdc++.so to make it work
>      so I did:
> 
>          cd /usr/lib
>          ln -s libstdc++.so libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3
> 
>   8) Now when I run blender I get:
> 
>          /opt/blender/blender: relocation error:
> /opt/blender/blender:
>          undefined symbol: __ti7ostrea
> 
>   9) So I'm thinking I shouldn't have done 7) but
> Then I'm not sure
>      what to do about 6)
> 
> Any help is much appreciated. FYI I have GCC-3.3.3
> installed, but not 
> 2.95.3. Is that maybe the problem?
> 
> --Jonathan
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I dont think gcc would be a problem its not even a
problem with compiling kernels anymore.


	
		
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