[packman] [PM] audacious-plugins 1.4.1 (openSUSE 10.3/x86_64)

Jan Lönnberg lonnberg at mbnet.fi
Fri Nov 23 11:57:07 CET 2007

I was having problems listening to streaming music (e.g. Nectarine Radio
at http://www.scenemusic.eu/) with Audacious; the transport plugin for
http (neon) seems to be missing. Running audacious with a URL for a
stream (e.g. "audacious http://nectarine.sik.fi:8002/high.ogg.m3u")
produces (after the usual plugin startup messages):

** (audacious:6199): WARNING **: could not open
'http://nectarine.sik.fi:8002/high.ogg.m3u', no transport plugin available

I have installed the following (audacious-relevant) packages (all x86_64
versions from the Packman repository for openSUSE 10.3):

I also have neon-0.26.4-17 installed.

Installing neon-devel-0.26.4-17 and recompiling your source RPM fixed
this issue; the resulting binary RPM happily plays streams like Nectarine.

I also noticed that Commodore 64 SID support seems to be missing for
similar reasons; installing libsidplay-devel-2.1.1-77 allowed the SID
plugin to be compiled. However, getting it to work also required adding
/usr/lib64/sidplay/builders to the library path, e.g.:

# echo /usr/lib64/sidplay/builders >> /etc/ld.so.conf
# ldconfig

There is probably a less messy way to do this.

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