[Slackbuilds-users] VLC 2.2.1 configure warnings
slackware at lemintown.eu
Tue May 5 07:53:21 UTC 2015
On 2015-05-05 05:29, Christoph Willing wrote:
> On 05/05/2015 10:10 AM, Willy Sudiarto Raharjo wrote:
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>>> The latest VLC update would like libraries that are not provided by
>>> 14.1: - requires TagLib 1.9.0 but slackware-14.1 has 1.8.0. -
>>> requires cairo >= 1.13.1 but slackware-14.1 has 1.12.16. - requires
>>> libdvdread >= 4.9.0 but slackware-14.1 has 4.2.0.
>>> You could also add these packages as options: libssh2, gstreamer1,
>> i built the VLC on slackware64-14.1 and it worked fine
> Yes, I was pretty sure I'd built and tested vlc-2.2.1 on 14.1 just
> recently but couldn't check right now as my dev machine is deeply into
> rebuilding lots of packages in -current, so thanks for confirming Willy.
> However I was able to build 2.2.1 on -current with the additional
> options that Lemin has suggested (although what used to be gstreamer1
> is now just plain gstreamer in stock -current) and it all went fine.
> I'll check it again on 14.1 soon and, all being well, I'll submit an
> updated SlackBuild sometime this week.
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It works fine for playing most files, but I encountered an issue when
trying to play a DVD, perhaps for libdvdread support was not built:
Your input can't be opened:VLC is unable to open the MRL 'dvd:///...'
The prior vlc could read it with libdvdread built. For now I encode
using HandBrake then play with vlc.
Without TagLib, vlc is not reading the tag informations of mp3 files I
I could not say how vlc uses cairo, and if the lack of it brings any issue.
I have been using 2.2.1 with the addiotional options (gstreamer1 from
SBo), and did not notice any issue.
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