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Re: About Those Sound Problems
David Starks-Browning wrote:
> > >>linuxplay.o(.text+0x124c):linuxplay.c: multiple definition of
> > >>`play_sound_file'
> > >>ntplay.o(.text+0x418):ntplay.c: first defined here
> > >>linuxplay.o(.text+0x12cc):linuxplay.c: multiple definition of
> > >>`play_sound_data'
> > >>ntplay.o(.text+0x6f8):ntplay.c: first defined here
> > >
> > I'm sorry if I've offended. I *have* taken the advice I've been given. If
> > you glance at the quoted "configure" options, I removed the
> > "--with-sound=native,noesd" but the script still finds some header that
> > screws it up. I suppose what I need to do is remove the headers completely?!!
> When you re-ran configure without the --with-sound= options, you did
> take care to remove config.cache (or whatever it's called), right?
Actually, I think that you need --with-sound=none. If it's omitted
altogether, the (broken) autodetection will be used.
Glynn Clements <email@example.com>
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