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Compling with GCC never can find -ldl libraries

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When every I complile an application that requires dl_* functions I get the error: "can't open -ldl: No such file or directory"  Where Do I optain "libdl.so and/or libdl.a" for Linux Slackware 3.0.0
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libdl.so is in the ldso package and is installed in the /lib directory. Make sure to run ldconfig to update your links.
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