Originally Posted by rooman
This complains about libopenal.so.1 not being installed. But I have installed OpenAl
Where did you installed OpenAl? If you installed from source, maybe the libraries have not been copied in a standard location. Anyway, locate the file libopenal.so.1 and then try (as root)
where /some/dir is the path to the directory containing that lib. This command updates the library cache and create links to the shared libraries. See man ldconfig for details.
In alternative you can simply define/update the environment variable LD_LIBRARY_PATH
Edit: I checked on my Fedora machine with OpenAl installed. I have OpenAl 0.0.9 which provides /usr/lib/libopenal.so.0 and not libopenal.so.1! Maybe you have to upgrade to the very last version of OpenAl. Just a guess, however...