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No. your libraries all seem to be newer versions than mine. May be thats causing the problems. But from mandriva repositories, these are the latest ones that are available. I think i might need to do a recompile......
however, i had tried recompiling it (before installing using urpmi), but there seems to be tons of dependencies. Everytime i try to install some library, it says it needs something else....lol
When you do a recompile of ffmpeg do a ./configure -h or -help I'm not sure which but I think you need to specify to the configure script that you want lame enabled with --enable-libmp3lame also you probably will need them for libfaac, libfaad, and libxvid as well if you want those included that is or if you even have them.