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Old 04-01-2005, 03:03 AM   #1
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mplayer with gui enabled wont configure correctly


Hey everyone! Im trying to install mplayer with a GUI on my Suse Linux 9.1 personal edition and what ever i do, i am getting stupid errors during the configuration stage. im going to paste my the entire output for the configure stage so that you guys and gals can examine it and tell me what my problems are:

inux:/usr/Programs/MPlayer/MPlayer-1.0pre6a # ./configure --enable-gui
Detected operating system: Linux
Detected host architecture: i386
Checking for cc version ... 3.3.3, ok
Checking for host cc ... cc
Checking for CPU vendor ... GenuineIntel (15:2:9)
Checking for CPU type ... Mobile Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.30GHz
Checking for GCC & CPU optimization abilities ... pentium4
Checking for kernel support of mmx ... yes
Checking for kernel support of mmx2 ... yes
Checking for kernel support of sse ... yes
Checking for kernel support of sse2 ... yes
Checking for mtrr support ... yes
Checking for assembler support of -pipe option ... yes
Checking for assembler (/usr/lib/gcc-lib/i586-suse-linux/3.3.3/../../../../i586-suse-linux/bin/as 2.15.90.0.1.1) ... ok
Checking for Linux kernel version ... 2.6.5-7.147-default, ok
Checking for mplayer binary name ... mplayer
Checking for awk ... gawk
Checking for extra headers ... none
Checking for extra libs ... none
Checking for -lposix ... no
Checking for -lm ... yes
Checking for i18n ... yes
Checking for setlocale() ... yes
Checking for iconv ... yes
Checking for langinfo ... yes
Checking for language ... using en (man pages: en)
Checking for enable sighandler ... yes
Checking for runtime cpudetection ... no
Checking for restrict keyword ... __restrict
Checking for __builtin_expect ... yes
Checking for kstat ... no
Checking for posix4 ... no
Checking for lrintf ... yes
Checking for nanosleep ... yes
Checking for socklib ... yes (using -lnsl)
Checking for inet_pton() ... yes (using -lnsl)
Checking for inttypes.h (required) ... yes
Checking for int_fastXY_t in inttypes.h ... yes
Checking for word size ... 32
Checking for stddef.h ... yes
Checking for malloc.h ... yes
Checking for memalign() ... yes
Checking for alloca.h ... yes
Checking for mman.h ... yes
Checking for dynamic loader ... yes
Checking for dynamic a/v plugins support ... no
Checking for pthread ... yes (using -lpthread)
Checking for sys/soundcard.h ... yes
Checking for sys/dvdio.h ... no
Checking for sys/cdio.h ... no
Checking for linux/cdrom.h ... yes
Checking for dvd.h ... no
Checking for BSDI dvd.h ... no
Checking for HPUX SCSI header ... no
Checking for userspace SCSI headers (Solaris) ... no
Checking for termcap ... no
Checking for termios ... yes (using sys/termios.h)
Checking for shm ... yes
Checking for linux devfs ... no
Checking for scandir() ... yes
Checking for strsep() ... yes
Checking for strlcpy() ... no
Checking for strlcat() ... no
Checking for fseeko() ... yes
Checking for localtime_r() ... yes
Checking for vsscanf() ... yes
Checking for swab() ... yes
Checking for posix select() ... yes
Checking for gettimeofday() ... yes
Checking for glob() ... yes
Checking for sys/sysinfo.h ... yes
Checking for Mac OS X APIs ... no
Checking for Mac OS X Finder Support ... no
Checking for Samba support (libsmbclient) ... no
Checking for 3dfx ... no
Checking for tdfxfb ... no
Checking for tdfxvid ... no
Checking for tga ... yes
Checking for DirectFB headers presence ... yes (using -I/usr/include/directfb)
Checking for DirectFB ... yes (920)
Checking for X11 headers presence ... not found (check if the dev(el) packages are installed)
Checking for X11 libs presence ... not found (check if the dev(el) packages are installed)
Checking for X11 ... no
Checking for DPMS ... no
Checking for Xv ... no
Checking for XvMC ... no
Checking for Xinerama ... no
Checking for Xxf86vm ... no
Checking for DGA ... no
Checking for OpenGL ... no
Checking for /dev/mga_vid ... no
Checking for xmga ... no
Checking for GGI ... no
Checking for AA ... no
Checking for CACA ... no
Checking for SVGAlib ... no
Checking for FBDev ... yes
Checking for DVB ... no (specify path to DVB/ost/include with --with-dvbincdir=DIR)
Checking for DVB HEAD ... yes
Checking for PNG support ... no
Checking for JPEG support ... yes
Checking for PNM support ... yes
Checking for md5sum support ... yes
Checking for GIF support ... yes
Checking for broken giflib workaround ... disabled
Checking for VESA support ... yes
Checking for SDL ... no
Checking for Windows waveout ... no
Checking for Directx ... no
Checking for NAS ... no
Checking for DXR2 ... no
Checking for DXR3/H+ ... no
Checking for libmp1e ... no
Checking for libfame ... no
Checking for OSS Audio ... yes
Checking for aRts ... no
Checking for EsounD ... no
Checking for Polyp ... no
Checking for JACK ... no
Checking for ALSA audio ... no
Checking for Sun audio ... no
Checking for Sun mediaLib ... no
Checking for SGI audio ... no
Checking for VCD support ... ok
Checking for DVD support (libmpdvdkit) ... yes
Checking for DVD support (libdvdread) ... disabled by libmpdvdkit2
Checking for cdparanoia ... yes
Checking for freetype >= 2.0.9 ... yes
Checking for fontconfig ... no
Checking for fribidi with charsets ... no
Checking for ENCA ... no
Checking for zlib ... no
Checking for RTC ... yes
Checking for external liblzo support ... no
Checking for mad support ... no
Checking for Toolame ... no
Checking for OggVorbis support ... no
Checking for OggTheora support (only the CVS version!) ... no
Checking for mp3lib support ... yes
Checking for liba52 support ... yes
Checking for libdts support ... no
Checking for libmpeg2 support ... yes
Checking for Matroska support ... yes
Checking for internal FAAD2 (AAC) support ... yes
Checking for external FAAD2 (AAC) support ... no
Checking for FAAD2 version ... 2.1 beta
Checking for LADSPA plugin support ... no
Checking for Win32 codec DLL support ... yes (using /usr/local/lib/codecs)
Checking for Win32 loader support ... yes
Checking for DirectShow ... yes
Checking for XAnim DLL ... yes (using /usr/local/lib/codecs)
Checking for RealPlayer DLL ... yes (using /usr/local/lib/codecs)
Checking for LIVE.COM Streaming Media libraries ... no
Checking for FFmpeg libavcodec (static) ... yes
Checking for FFmpeg libavformat (static) ... yes
Checking for libdv-0.9.5+ ... yes
Checking for zr ... no
Checking for bl ... no
Checking for XviD ... no
Checking for x264 ... no
Checking for DivX4linux/DivX5linux/OpenDivX decore ... no
Checking for libmp3lame (for mencoder) ... no
Checking for DivX4linux encore (for mencoder) ... no
Checking for mencoder ... yes
Checking for fastmemcpy ... yes
Checking for UniquE RAR File Library ... yes
Checking for TV interface ... yes
Checking for EDL support ... yes
Checking for *BSD BrookTree 848 TV interface ... no
Checking for Video 4 Linux TV interface ... yes
Checking for Video 4 Linux 2 TV interface ... yes
Checking for audio select() ... yes
Checking for network ... yes
Checking for ftp ... yes
Checking for byte order ... little-endian
Checking for shared postprocess lib ... no
Checking for OSD menu ... no
Checking for QTX codecs ... yes
Checking for Subtitles sorting ... yes
Checking for XMMS inputplugin support ... no
Checking for inet6 ... yes
Checking for gethostbyname2 ... yes
Checking for GUI ... yes

Error: PNG support required for GUI compilation, please install libpng and libpng-dev packages.

Check "configure.log" if you do not understand why it failed.


any ideas?
 
Old 04-01-2005, 03:05 AM   #2
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ok i installed libpng and the libpng-devel packages and now when i do ./configure --enable-gui it tells me (after running through the configuration) that i need X11 support to run the GUI. But i am running KDE 3.2! Dont I already have X11 support? Or do I need additional packages? Any ideas? please help
 
Old 04-01-2005, 03:32 AM   #3
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You need the X server development packages. They should be named something like xorg-X11-devel (or xfree86 if using an old distro).
 
Old 04-01-2005, 06:08 AM   #4
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I do have Xfree86 installed already on my linux, i have XFree86 version 4.3.99.902-40 installed on my box. Yet when i still run the ./configure --enable -gui command, it still asks for X11 support for the GUI. Any ideas?
 
Old 04-01-2005, 06:15 AM   #5
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ok i installed the X11 development packages now its asking for the GTK development packages, i installed those also, but its still asking for that
 
Old 04-01-2005, 10:20 AM   #6
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Post exact details of the error message e.g. the last part printed by ./configure containing the error message. I think you need gtk-devel an not gtk2-devel. The two are different so can be safely installed on the same system.
 
Old 04-01-2005, 02:41 PM   #7
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Checking for inet6 ... yes
Checking for gethostbyname2 ... yes
Checking for GUI ... yes
Checking for XShape extension ... yes
Checking for GTK version ...
Error: The GUI requires GTK devel packages (which were not found).

Check "configure.log" if you do not understand why it failed.
linux:/usr/Programs/MPlayer/MPlayer-1.0pre6a #


I checked configure.log and it doesnt tell me anything about the GTK error, it just says

=========== Checking for GTK version ============

and the file ends right there. Any ideas whats going on with this thing?
 
Old 04-01-2005, 02:45 PM   #8
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I have the gtk-devel package already installed on my system (i installed it through YaST) but im still getting that GTK error
 
Old 04-01-2005, 03:13 PM   #9
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There are two versions of gtk, gtk1.x (normally just called gtk) and gtk2.x. You need to make sure that you have both installed as well as their development packages.
 
Old 04-01-2005, 03:29 PM   #10
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i do have both of those installed, but i still get that error ; /
 
Old 04-01-2005, 03:43 PM   #11
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Plzz don't post modified error messages. Post the exact error messages, just copy it from the console and paste it here. We need to know what/which GTK version configure found to be able to help you.
You can also post the contents of the file configure.log in the mplayer source directory.
 
Old 04-01-2005, 04:32 PM   #12
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ok well here is the section of the ./configure --enable-gui output that contains the error message:

hecking for Subtitles sorting ... yes
Checking for XMMS inputplugin support ... no
Checking for inet6 ... yes
Checking for gethostbyname2 ... yes
Checking for GUI ... yes
Checking for XShape extension ... yes
Checking for GTK version ...
Error: The GUI requires GTK devel packages (which were not found).

Check "configure.log" if you do not understand why it failed.
linux:/usr/Programs/MPlayer/MPlayer-1.0pre6a #


Also configure.log only gives me this error when it comes to the GTK configuration part:

Result is: yes
##########################################

============ Checking for GTK version ============

Thats ALL it shows for the GTK part

I have gtk version 1.2.10-877-i586 and gtk2 2.2.4-125.4-i586 and gtk-devel 1.2.10-877-i586 and gtk2-devel 2.2.4-125.4-i586 installed already on my system. Yet the configure script of mplayer does not recognize this. I dont know why
 
Old 04-01-2005, 04:40 PM   #13
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Why not try a Suse 9.1 rpm from Packman, just a thought

Mplayer

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Old 04-01-2005, 04:55 PM   #14
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ok i tried the rpm package from packman and these are the errors it gives me

@linux:~/MPlayer> rpm -i MPlayer-2.0pre6a-pm.2.i586.rpm
warning: MPlayer-2.0pre6a-pm.2.i586.rpm: V3 DSA signature: NOKEY, key ID 5f6842a4
error: Failed dependencies:
w32codec-all is needed by MPlayer-1.0pre6a-pm.2
libdv.so.4 is needed by MPlayer-1.0pre6a-pm.2
liblzo.so.1 is needed by MPlayer-1.0pre6a-pm.2
libmp3lame.so.0 is needed by MPlayer-1.0pre6a-pm.2
libtheora.so.0 is needed by MPlayer-1.0pre6a-pm.2
majid@linux:~/MPlayer>

any ideas?
 
Old 04-01-2005, 05:07 PM   #15
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run like this
rpm -ivh MPlayer-2.0pre6a-pm.2.i586.rpm --nodeps

If you still want to compile from the source post back.
 
  


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