This "doc" shows how to install the very last version of Raydium for Linux.
Stable version : http://raydium.org/data/raydium_current.tar.gz
Unstable version : http://raydium.org/data/raydium_nightly_svn.tar.gz
See also RaydiumSVNEn
To buid (dynamically) the project, you only need:
See the bottom of this page for a static example.
is based on less libraries as possible, but it needs :
Use the OpenGL
driver of the manufacturer of your video card, and nothing else. Considering the needs of , you can't use a software GL implementation (like Mesa).
The libGLU can be delivered by Mesa, because GLU
does not depend of the hardware.
On Mandrake, install "libMesaGLU1" "libMesaGLU1-devel".
On Debian : apt-get install xlibmesa3-glu xlibmesa3-glu-dev
On Debian sid : apt-get install xlibmesa-glu xlibmesa-glu-dev
On Ubuntu Edgy / Guadalinex V4.0 : sudo apt-get install libgl1-mesa-dev libglu1-mesa-dev
This sound library is under development, so important changes are made between the various versions. Raydium
is actually desgined for OpenAL
On Ubuntu (Dapper) system, install "libalut0", "libalut-dev", "libopenal0a" and "libopenal-dev".
On Ubuntu Edgy / Guadalinex V4.0 : sudo apt-get install libopenal0a libopenal-dev
For music support, you need libvorbis0 package and suitable "devel" (libvorbis0-devel). You also need OGG
codec: libogg0 (and again, his devel: libogg0-devel).
On Debian : apt-get install libvorbis0a libvorbis-dev libogg0 libogg-dev
On Ubuntu Edgy / Guadalinex V4.0 : sudo apt-get install libogg0 libogg-dev libvorbis0a libvorbis-dev
And that's all !
Solving extra Dependencies
In Ubuntu 6.10/Guadalinex V4 you can solve dependencies problems installing the following:
sudo apt-get install bison flex libcurl3-dev libglew-dev libalut-dev
To test applications:
Change directory to Raydium's root and use commands like:
You can get more informations about RaydiumCompilationEn?