[packman] Broken faac?
admin at different-perspectives.com
Tue Aug 30 08:11:35 CEST 2011
> > > > I'm trying to use FAAC on OS 11.3 and always get the message
> > > > "WARNING: MP4 support unavailable!". This seems to be because
> > > > libmp4v2 isn't present, but I've installed it (also from
> > > > packman). Is faac broken or is there something I need to change
> > > > to make it work?
> > >
> > > Works for me.
> > > openSUSE 11.3 x86_64
> > > faac-1.28-3.pm.6.3.x86_64
> > > libmp4v2-1-1.9.1-0.pm.1.4.x86_64
> > Hi Kyrill, thanks for your comment. I'll try uninstalling the other
> > libmp4v2 (which came from vlc) and see if that fixes it.
> It's allways a bad idea to mix packman and vlc repos.
> faac is build with mp4v2 support, here's the part of the configure log:
> checking whether MP4Create is declared... yes
> checking for MP4MetadataDelete in -lmp4v2... yes
> checking whether MP4MetadataDelete is declared... yes
> checking for MP4MetadataDelete in -lmp4v2... (cached) yes
> configure: *** Building with external mp4v2 ***
I've uninstalled the vlc libmp4v2 and still have the same problem. ldconfig
is showing libmp4v2 as present:
libmp4v2.so.1 -> libmp4v2.so.1.9.1
I have the package installed:
I've reinstalled all the packages involved.
any suggestions why it's not working on 32bit when it seems to be working on
people's 64 bit machines? How can I trace & fix this?
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