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Thread: radio/hdradio/obdII testing in nghost

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    libglew-(ver)-dev? i think latest is 1.4...

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    libglew1.5-dev is installed.

    I'm using a 64-bit Distribution. I have another laptop with Xubuntu 32-bit installed; I'll try compiling on that tonight.

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    libgl1-mesa-dev?

    edit and when you say freeglut3 is installed is it freeglut3-dev?

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    Yep. libgl1-mesa-dev is installed.

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    Okay, here's the good news all at once.

    On my older ThinkPad T42, running 32-bit Xubuntu, I was able to successfully compile and install the software with the --enable-hdradio flag.

    The bad news is that when I run nghost from the terminal, it won't run. The error message is that it isn't finding the nghost library files.

    When I run the command nghost, it responds with the error that libnghostgui2.so.0 is not found. The libnghost files are located in /usr/local/lib/ . Copying or creating symbolic links to those files in /usr/lib/ didn't solve the problem.

    So... maybe some pre-made Debian or Ubuntu 32-bit packages might not be a bad idea at this point.

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    usually ldconfig as root solves the issue with nghost not finding the libs.

    I'll get some packages made and post links to them here.
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    "ldconfig" fixed the library issue, and nghost now loads. I'm going to connect my Visteon HDZoom tuner and try it out.

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    Okay, the plugin comes up, and the program doesn't crash. However, using a Prolific USB serial adapter (which works with the Windows software) doesn't work. I checked the nghost.conf file for anything on the hdradio plugin and found nothing.

    So, how do I configure nghost to use my hdtuner?

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    in the libnghost/src/plugins/actionevents/hdradio/hdradio folder there are two config files. I'm not exactly sure if they get installed, or where. I'll get back to you on that.
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    I looked at the configuration files, and there's an option to detect the serial adapter, or even set it statically. By default, it's set to use a hardware serial port (which my docking station has). So, I can try plugging the adapter cable directly to the serial port first. However, it's currently in the garage back home, so I have to wait.

    I should also add that I've installed every library that deals with OpenGL on my newer ThinkPad T400 running Ubuntu Intrepid Ibex 64-bit and I still get the same missing GL Library error as before.

    I'm wondering if it's related to some library file or link that's in the wrong place or a difference between OpenGL development libraries between 32-bit and 64-bit.

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