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Hello!

I have a problem using FMOD on linux with gcc 3.2. Linking the sample programs always
fails because it can’t find a symbol called “__gxx_personality_v0”
(/usr/include/bits/stdio.h:68: undefined reference to `__gxx_personality_v0′).

Has anybody had similar problems?

Thanks

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You can compile not with gcc but with g++!
If you want to compile with gcc, you must rename the file “source.cpp” to “source.c”. It works!!! 😀

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A look at the makefile may be usefull as well, I had a problem like this and fixed it by using a vriable for the compiler eg:
CC = g++

Runimage: main.o
${CC} -o RunImage main.o

main.o: main.cpp
${CC} -c main.cpp

sorry if i am way of the mark with this I am very new to linux!!!

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