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I don't know if it's a problem with the distro I'm using, because I've installed all the dependencies (when it comes to game development), this is very frustrating. EerieNous 2016-01-24 11:36:59 UTC #3 Hi, thanks for your help. mozartalouis 2016-01-24 15:49:43 UTC #5 Try these command out: sudo cp <*COCOS FOLDER LOCATION*>/external/linux-specific/fmod/prebuilt/64-bit/ /usr/local/lib/ sudo cp <*COCOS FOLDER LOCATION*>/external/linux-specific/fmod/prebuilt/64-bit/ /usr/local/lib/ sudo cp <*COCOS FOLDER LOCATION*>/external/linux-specific/fmod/include/*.h /usr/local/include/ This will install the I had the same problem.

I ran that cpp test and didn't work EerieNous 2016-01-25 02:57:40 UTC #8 So.. Afterward, run the cpp test found in cocos2d-x > test > cpp-tests using the terminal command cocos run -p linux If the cpp-test work, then your project should to. I tried it and it keeps getting that annoying libfmod error. Tell me how it goes.

I can't get it to work, any ideas? hopefully they add it. I copied the .so and header files to the local lib and it keeps giving me the same '' error. Try this: run the download-deps tool, then and run ./install-deps-linux again assuming you already have because I did and it didn't work the first time.

I'll try those new steps. I already install the deps but maybe i had to do it twice? Log In Error while building for linux: cocos2d-x EerieNous 2016-01-23 19:38:21 UTC #1 Hi guys, as topic says, I get this opened by mozartalouis on 2016-01-24 Link - Description - When you have a fresh download of cocos2d-x 3.10 and you do all the normal step...

EerieNous 2016-01-25 00:30:54 UTC #7 Hi, thank u for ur fast reply. I'm now losing hope EerieNous 2016-01-25 03:18:24 UTC #9 About cpp-test, it stops to build at 72% when "Built target cocos2d":"recipe for target 'all' failed" mozartalouis 2016-01-25 03:41:34 UTC

mozartalouis 2016-01-24 14:38:44 UTC #4 When you ran the cpp-test, did it work? IDK why you have to do this.