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It's looking for "libGL.so", i.e., without the ".1". You might have to go in as superuser and create a link. In the directory containing libGL.so.1:
ln -s libGL.so.1 libGL.so
and same with GLU.
Strange that that link is not already there. You could check with Ubuntu and see if you need to install OpenGL properly. Perhaps they might call it "development" version.
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