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Old 11-30-2005, 10:14 PM   #1
aendey
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How to find my drivers 'xwin.so' of plplot?


HI!
I am trying to compile a program which need to use PLplot5.5.3 .
I can get the curves when compiling it from command line(Konsole) without any errors. When I build it in KDevelop,I can compile it successfully,
but after run it ,a error appeared :can not link the library 'xwin.so'.no such files or directory.
I have check the -L/XXX and the library name in Makefile.All of them were OK.Does anybody use plplot? How can I set the plplot drivers reasonablly?Any advices will be appreciated!
 
  


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