Error using sdk on Linux, Plugins libs not available

I do not have too much experience in Linux, so maybe this is the problem, but I am trying to use the MavSdk and getting error when trying to compile my code in c++.

The error is when linking libraries in my project. I followed all the steps to install release packages and/or build mavsdk from source in Ubuntu 20.04 and at fisrt I had no problems and using DPKG I got.

ii  libmavsdk-dev      1.0.8    amd64        no description given

However, when I try to compile my project I got, for exeample:

CMake Error at CMakeLists.txt:19 (add_executable):
  Target "UTM_APP" links to target "MAVSDK::mavsdk_telemetry" but the target
  was not found.  Perhaps a find_package() call is missing for an IMPORTED
  target, or an ALIAS target is missing?

For all the plugins I got this error, despite the MAVSDK::mavsdk works well. If I compile only linking MAVSDK::mavsdk I got no errors. (but when try to run the program the plugins library are missing)

My question is that if I need to do something diferent to have the plugins working?
Only “libmavsdk-dev” should be enough, or I should have a lib for each plugin?

Solved. I was using old libraries and just migrate to 1.0x, now I saw about the merging in the plugins.