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It looks like it is a known problem:

http://www.xray.mpe.mpg.de/mailing-lists/perldl/2002-12/msg00000.html

It seems to be related to PDL installation options, see INSTALL file. It might be looking for libraries in the wrong place.

Q: I want TriD, but include files are not found. A: You need to add -I/usr/openwin/include etc. (or whatever is appropr +iate on your platform) to the relevant entry in perldl.conf (see above), i.e. something like OPENGL_INC => '-I/usr/openwin/include', Additionally, you might have to specify name and location of the appro +priate library on your platform, e.g. OPENGL_LIBS => '-L/usr/openwin/lib -L/usr/X11R6/lib -L/usr/lib/mesa -lGL'. ' -lGLU -lXext -lX11', You may also need to pass some flags to cpp, see the README in the PDL/Graphics/TriD/OpenGL directory for details. OPENGL_DEFINE => '-DGL_GLEXT_LEGACY', Then, start the build process again as described above (from the toplevel): perl Makefile.PL etc... Q: Compilation of TriD complains about undefined functions or somesuch +. A: Please see the file Graphics/TriD/OpenGL/README. If that doesn't h +elp please report this problem to pdl-porters@jach.hawaii.edu, include +the appropriate platform and GL version information.

In reply to Re: PDL-problem: undefined symbol: gluOrtho2D by fglock
in thread PDL-problem: undefined symbol: gluOrtho2D by tos

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