linux libmonome installation trouble

  • I'm having some trouble installing libmonome on my linux box.
    Here's where I'm at:

    EDIT: I should say that libmonome appears to install just fine. But when I try to install serialosc or add -lmonome to my gcc lines and run the result...


    uname -a

    Linux acc-1004367-dev 3.5.4-1-ARCH #1 SMP PREEMPT Sat Sep 15 13:04:04 UTC 2012 i686 GNU/Linux

    cd serialosc
    ./waf configure

    Setting top to : /home/mfoster/serialosc
    Setting out to : /home/mfoster/serialosc/build

    Checking for 'gcc' (c compiler) : /usr/bin/gcc

    Checking for working poll() : yes
    Checking for libudev : yes
    Checking for libmonome : not found
    The configuration failed False
    (complete log in /home/mfoster/serialosc/build/config.log)

    tail -f build/config.log

    [2/3] cprogram: build/.conf_check_67e2216b89e181776daed45adeffdfd0/testbuild/test.c.1.o -> build/.conf_check_67e2216b89e181776daed45adeffdfd0/testbuild/testprog

    ['/usr/bin/gcc', 'test.c.1.o', '-o', '/home/mfoster/serialosc/build/.conf_check_67e2216b89e181776daed45adeffdfd0/testbuild/testprog', '-Wl,-Bstatic', '-Wl,-Bdynamic', '-lmonome']
    [3/3] test_exec: build/.conf_check_67e2216b89e181776daed45adeffdfd0/testbuild/testprog

    err: /home/mfoster/serialosc/build/.conf_check_67e2216b89e181776daed45adeffdfd0/testbuild/testprog: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    not found
    from /home/mfoster/serialosc: The configuration failed False


    Thanks in advance!

  • Oh and I thought I'd add, I saw an invidiual experiencing the same behavior in the monome ARM [edit: monome raspberry PI] thread, but I believe her/his issue resolved itself.

  • For now, my solution is to utilize a pkgbuild previously posted on the AUR:

    EDIT: I'm not sure if i ended up leaving junk data in /build after forgetting the intermediary './waf' or what but i think everythings good.. Maybe drop that 3-liner Install instruction into the readme?

  • When I rebuild my Rpi once they fix their curren 'turbo mode'/SD card corruption problem I'll try my theory again that this was resolved by invoking a second terminal and installing from there.

  • it's likely because it was installing into /usr/local and your ld wasn't looking there (and this is definitely a problem on arch).

    solutions are either to just use that PKGBUILD (which i think i need to update anyway, i took over those on the AUR) or to add a file in /etc/ that contains the line "/usr/local/lib". try:

    > echo "/usr/local/lib" > /etc/

  • also, just updated the AUR packages, so everything should be good there.

  • Thanks for the info, Visinin.