I'm trying to get the Humble Bundle version of Dungeon Defenders going, but the executable crashes with a "no such file or directory" error. Thanks to this answer I'm able to identify the dependent libraries required:
$ objdump -x ./UDKGame/Binaries/DungeonDefenders-x86 | grep NEEDED NEEDED libpthread.so.0 NEEDED libGL.so.1 NEEDED libSDL2-2.0.so.0 NEEDED libopenal.so.1 NEEDED libstdc++.so.6 NEEDED libm.so.6 NEEDED libgcc_s.so.1 NEEDED libc.so.6 NEEDED libdl.so.2
I started searching for targets with aptitude, but wondered if there's a convenient way to install all these dependent libraries, rather than manually doing them one by one?
- Running xubuntu 12.10 64-bit.
- Other questions about fixing dependencies seem to assume that you're trying to install something with apt-get or the software manager. I just downloaded the Dungeon Defenders tar file and tried to run it.
Wondering if I asked the wrong question. Maybe what I need to know is: how do you map a library name to the corresponding package/target name?