Forgot to mention: For some very strange and yet for me not known reasons I got the following error executing the
cd: 1: can't cd to mplayer-vdpau
Only by starting the script with a period (dot) makes it work:
I’ve also find it helpful to append a ‘-j4’ (for multi-core CPUs) to the
make line to enhance the compilation process and I’ve also added a “–enable-menu” the the configure line, to have OSD (on-screen-display).
If you get:
Makefile:22 config.mak: No such file or directory
make: *** osd/: Is a directory. Stop.
then only because you did try to compile this although the scripts (checkout-patch-build.sh) failed, and didn’t checked out
libpostproc, libavformat, libavcodec, libavutil, libdvdread4 and libdvdnav. Please start the script again, but put a period (dot) and a space before the script, and let it run again.
Found my mistake from the bug above.
I had the CDPATH environment variable set, and had
/usr/local/src in there, where all my mplayer-vdpau tryouts reside also. I use to use this feature for often used directories. This works like the Tab-completion thing for commands, you know. If you type e.g.
nvid and press the Tabulator key, the command is going to be updated upto
nvidia-, pressing the Tabulator key again you’ll get
'nvidia-settings'.. This whole thing works also for paths. You’ve only have to set the environment variable
CDPATH to the directory you want to get fast. In my case here, I had to unset it again and it worked without the leading period again, like it should.
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