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Hi fglock,

your hint showed the right direction.

After installation of MesaLib-5.0.1 to /usr/local/lib i modified perldl.conf as follows

... OPENGL_LIBS => '-L/usr/local/lib -lGL -lGLU -lXext -lX11', # Mesa need -DGL_GLEXT_LEGACY for glPolygonOffsetEXT amoung others OPENGL_DEFINE => '-DGL_GLEXT_LEGACY', OPENGL_INC => '-I/usr/include/GL/', ...
Then i made PDL once more. Now the gluOrtho2D-error does no more appear and i get a window with GL-visualisation. Not quite the hoped-for, but this must have to do with the script itself. That means my main-problem is solved.

Thank you, :)

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