[Slackbuilds-users] libffado on current UNSUPPORTED SBo git repository

Matteo Bernardini matteo.bernardini at gmail.com
Tue Apr 21 14:37:21 UTC 2020

Il giorno mar 21 apr 2020 alle ore 16:26 Kevin McCormick
<kev4321 at fastmail.fm> ha scritto:
> I am trying to rebuild ffmpeg 4.2.2 with new dependencies.  Honestly, I really don't know much about ffmpeg except that it probably should have x264, aac, and other common libraries.  So, I try to enable everything, based on the --current ffmpeg-4.2.2 slackbuild, with source from --current.
> Using a sbopkg file,   libffado seems to fail.  Also, I thought it was a dependency for jack, but it looks for jack at the beginning.
> libffado-2.4.1
>   MD5SUM check for libffado-2.4.1.tgz ... OK
>   Error occurred with build.  Please check the log.
> * Usage of additional flags is not supported by the ffado-devs.
>  * Use at own risk!
>  *
>  * Flags in use:
>  *   CC = gcc
>  *   CXX = g++
>  *   CFLAGS = -O2 -fPIC
>  *   CXXFLAGS = -O2 -fPIC -std=gnu++11 -Wno-deprecated-declarations
>  *   LDFLAGS =
> Checking for a working C-compiler yes
> Checking for a working C++-compiler yes
> Checking for pkg-config (at least version 0.0.0)... yes
> Checking for libxml++-3.0... no
> Checking for jack... no
> Checking jackd version...not installed
> No Jack Audio Connection Kit (JACK) installed: assuming a FFADO
> setbuffersize-compatible version will be used.
> Checking for libraw1394 (2.0.5 or higher)...    yes
> Checking for libiec61883 (1.1.0 or higher)...   yes
> Checking for libconfig++ (0 or higher)...       yes
> Checking for libxml++-2.6 (2.13.0 or higher)...         yes
> Checking for libxml++-2.6 >= 2.39.1... yes
> Checking for libxml++-3.0 >= 3.0.0... no
> Checking for lrint(3.2) in C library m... yes
> Checking for lrintf(3.2) in C library m... yes
> Checking whether 'which pyuic4' executes yes
> Checking for the python module 'PyQt4' yes
> Checking for the python module 'dbus.mainloop.qt' yes
> Checking whether 'xdg-desktop-menu --help' executes yes
> Checking whether 'xdg-icon-resource --help' executes yes
> Checking for alsa (0 or higher)...      yes
> Checking for dbus-1 (1.0 or higher)...  yes
> Checking for dbus-c++-1 (0 or higher)...        yes
> Checking whether 'which dbusxx-xml2cpp' executes yes
> Checking for variable session_bus_services_dir in package dbus-1...     yes
> Trying to find the system triple: (cached) yes
> TypeError: must be str or None, not bytes:
>   File "/tmp/SBo/libffado-2.4.1/SConstruct", line 822:
>     m32 = is_userspace_32bit(cpuinfo)
>   File "/tmp/SBo/libffado-2.4.1/SConstruct", line 722:
>     for line in x.split(b'\n'):
> libffado:
> Would you like to continue processing the rest of the
> queue or would you like to abort?  If this failed
> package is a dependency of another package in the queue
> then it may not make sense to continue.
> (Y)es to continue, (N)o to abort, (R)etry the build?: N
> +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> Using the UNSUPPORTED SBo git repository for -current
> Queue Process:  Download, build, and install
> Thanks,
> Kevin

Hi Kevin,

you are using an older version of the unofficial repository for
current, the last one already has a fix for that (and builds


also , this is not the place to discuss issues building stuff from
another repository and/or on current (SBo supports only the latest
stable version of Slackware), please use the dedicated LQ topic (be
sure to read very carefully its first post)



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