[packman] [PM] kde4-kdenlive (openSUSE 11.1/x86_64)

oldcpu oldcpu at opensuse-forums.org
Tue Aug 10 00:49:04 CEST 2010


My experience with 11.1 and kdenlive is it does not work properly with 
KDE-4.4.4 on openSUSE-11.1 unless one does the custom rebuild that I 
described in a previous post.

Even the old version (from February) that you referenced in my view did 
not work well with KDE-.4.1.3 (with the latest mlt versions) and it 
works even less adequate (almost non-functional) with 4.4.4 and the 
latest mlt.  Hence a custom rebuild is needed for 4.4.4 (where such a 
custom Packman rebuild for 11.1 users with KDE-4.4.4 is NOT practical, 
since 11.1 officially comes with KDE-4.1.3 and most 11.1 users have 
4.1.3).   Having a KDE-4.4.4. build on Packman would create havoc and is 
not likely easy to build with the build service.

With my being a user who provides support on openSUSE forums, I hope 
that such a custom kdenlive package (for 4..4.4) is not provided as it 
would complicate my life tremendously in trying to provide support on 
openSUSE forum.  I suspect Toni may have similar reasons.

Rather if you must use 11.1 with the non-official KDE-4.4.4 and want 
kdenlive, then rebuild like Toni recommended and like I explained how to 
do in a previous post.  Toni did a superb job of creating an excellent 
.src file.


On 08/10/2010 12:27 AM, Hartmut wrote:
>  I installed kde4-kdenlive for Opensuse 11.1 from Packman in
> February this year and it worked fine. Why do you tell me, it is only
> working on Opensuse >=11.2?
> Hartmut
> Am 09.08.2010 11:31, schrieb Toni:
>> Am Montag, 9. August 2010 schrieb Hartmut:
>>>    Hi Toni,
>>> kdenlive is installed and it worked fine. What is the
>>> difference
>>> to the version for Opensuse 11.2? Is it possible, to get an earlier
>>> version of mlt?
>> kde4-kdenlive is only provided for openSuSE>= 11.2
>> if you mix up your 11.1 system with 11.2 packages, it can work, but
>> this is
>> not the preferred way.
>> No, I cann't and won't provide several versions of mlt.
>> If you need older versons you can always compile them on your actual
>> system.
>>> Hartmut
>> <snip>
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