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Many thanks Ray.. I followed your lead and downloaded libraylib.so

Then did :

gcc EX.c -fmax-errors=1000 -lGL -L./libraylib -L./libglfw -o a.exe

where libraylib.so and libglfw.so are in same folder as EX.c and

EX.c is identical to  your website example file for:

raylib [shapes] example - draw circle sector (with gui options)
*   This example has been created using raylib 2.5 (www.raylib.com

BUT I still get tons of 'undefined references' 

 ...What am I doing wrong ??

Hi Ray

Been trying to compile raylib on Linux (using gcc compiler) for 3 weeks now and I'm totally frustrated at not being to do it because of the undefined references related to glfw even though my compile command line links in library  libglfw.so.

It sure would be great if RayLib fans could download the library file raylib.so and avoid all the frustration of trying to compile raylib from source code

Would really like to get raylib up and running but I need file raylib.so file

Thanks