If you should encounter difficulties while the installation process one of the following errors:
libavcodec/x86/h264_deblock_sse2.o: could not read symbols: Bad value collect2: ld returned 1 exit status . xine-lib-1.2 base64.h: No such file or directory . segmentation fault .
then you probable have ffmpeg, xine and/or the xine-ui already installed.
dpkg -l | egrep "(xine|ffmpeg)"
and remove the packages with
check your xine-ui version and the used xine-plugins:
xine --verbose=2 --list-plugins
Look out for old (not removed) xine libraries in /usr/lib/xine* and /usr/local/lib/xine*.
xine –list-plugins –verbose=2 must indicate eiter the usage of /usr/local/lib/xine/plugins/2.0 or /ur/lib/xine/plugins/2.0. Something different means your xine(-ui) won’t work.
You could try to workaround like this: (but!…)
cd xine-ui ./configure --enable-vdr-keys XINE_CFLAGS="-I/usr/include" XINE_LIBS="-L/usr/lib/ -lxine"
…but, please let it be. I’ve managed to shoot me into my foot not only on time 😉
I wrote the like above more of documentation reasons.
- one guy mention in the forum a a/v sync problem
- two channels (Astra HD prome and Anixe HD didn’t work for me)
- my picture was jerky, but I was the only one in the channel with this problem
- I’m on Ubuntu 8.10 (Intrepid Ibex) x86_64.
- This documentation may contain bugs. Feedback appreciated.
- xine-lib-1.2 was patched with the delta of xine-vdpau revision 135
- Here’s the IRC log of #xine-vdpau on 31. Dec. 2008: xine-vdpau-irc-protokoll-2008-12-31.txt
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