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infantpapa 12-19-2004 11:05 PM

problem in xine installation
 
Iam unable to install xine in fedora core 3. I got Xine from a dvd available for LINUX FOR U magazine.

where i copy this files to unzip(gzip,tar) root or some where else.
How could i use YUM.

Can any one give me the steps to follow.

Regards.

masand 12-19-2004 11:39 PM

hi there

if u have the source
then extatc that in any doectory on ur linuxpartion
then "cd" to that directory
./configure
make
make install

and ur done with library
and then install any gui for xine like xne-ui, kafeine

regards

infantpapa 12-20-2004 12:01 AM

hi masand,
i have already tried that, making a message While verifying the gcc and stopping the configuring.

any how , thanks for ur help.

masand 12-20-2004 12:32 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by infantpapa
hi masand,
i have already tried that, making a message While verifying the gcc and stopping the configuring.

any how , thanks for ur help.

hi there

could u post ur error msgs

regards

infantpapa 12-20-2004 12:40 AM

Sorry , present iam in the office, iam unable to post the error message,Biut i can explain what is happening.

i have executed ./configure what u have specified to do as earlier.

it is going for verification of all dependencies including gcc version. and giving messages "no" when verifying Gcc
" some message Gcc: no"
" some message Gcc: no"
" some message Gcc: no"
" some message Gcc: no"
after that it is unable to configure bcoz of Gcc is not available in the $path.

regards

megaspaz 12-20-2004 12:56 AM

you need a compilerl. chances are you installed fedora without the development packages. you can try to get them from your install cd. i'm not sure the correct way of installing all the development packages after the fact, but you could try to mount the install cd and install everything in the development directory on the cd (i don't know if there actually is a directory on the cd named development so you'll have to look on your own).

you could also try to install the rpms from this place:

http://cambuca.ldhs.cetuc.puc-rio.br/xine/

the main packages you'll need is libxine1-1 (either the i586 or i686 version), xine-ui, and libdvdcss. don't the files with the extension *.src.rpm as you don't have a compiler. just get the regular *.rpm files. if you want quicktime/windows media support, download and install the win32 codecs. you can also get real player if you want.

to install rpm files, use:

rpm -ivh file1.rpm file2.rpm ...

infantpapa 12-20-2004 02:01 AM

Thanks Mega, i will try that

masand 12-20-2004 03:19 AM

i too agree with megaspaz

but if u want the freshly realsed xine then better get that from xinehq.de

u do not get rpms that fast

regards


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