[LAU] Compiling dssi-vst-master: -lz missing

Rob Nuisance at protonmail.com
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Subject: [LAU] Compiling dssi-vst-master: -lz missing

Time (UTC): August 27 2015 9:45 am

From: jonetsu at teksavvy.com

To: Linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org


Seeing the description in Ardour's manual for mixed MIDI/Audio tracks

and how they relate to Reaktor, which I knew nothing about, I looked

into it and found an Ubuntu page on how to run Reaktor using

basically wine and dssi-vst. So I got the sources for dssi-vst and try

to compile on a 64-bit machine. Got the Steinberg SDK, the multilib

for g++ and gcc, made a symlink for zconf.h to be found and now the

compile halts at not finding '-lz'. I tried installing libzip, then

lzip (lzma compression) but none are fulfilling the requirement.

What is this -lz exactly ? And, anyone running Reaktor in this way ?



zlib1g-dev or similar?
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