[alsa-devel] A debug version of the ALSA lib?
Olivier Guillion - Myriad
olivier at myriad-online.com
Fri Sep 2 14:10:11 CEST 2011
Daniel Mack, then Paul Menzel wrote:
> > >> Or just use the binary Ubuntu packages and be done.
> > >
> > > Sorry, but what does it mean?
> > That means that Ubuntu (as many other distros) offers you a
> > ready-made, debug symbols enabled version of the library which you can
> > just install and use. As you're struggeling with compiling the library
> > youself, I'd suggest you go for this solution. In Ubuntu, the package
> > you're looking for is called libasound2-dev.
> I have not followed the thread, but if you want debugging symbol you
> need `libasound2-dbg`. (`aptitude search libasound*`)
I installed the libasound2-dev package.
I got mainly :
- a bunch of C header files in /usr/include
- libasound.a, libasound.la and libasound.so in /usr/lib
(none of these libraries include the debugging symbols)
I tried "aptitude search libasound*"
but no libasound2-dbg.
Any idea about where (and how) I can get it? (using Ubuntu 11.04)
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