first of all thank you for your effort creating this great piece of software.
I have used the stable release for a long time now and the only thing that was missing for me was the possibility to use ogg.
I am using
– Soundbridge Home Music
– DLink DNS323 – current Firmware 1.04
– a bootstrapped, fully updated Debian Etch in the folder /mnt/HD_a2/etch/
– mt-daapd-svn-1586, as (probably) the best tradeoff between stability and new features.
I can succesfully compile the program using the following command:
But – as mentioned above – I would like to have OGG support (and also FLAC later on) also inside.
Therefore I have installed a few extra packages:
apt-get install libogg0 (please note the "0" at the end)
apt-get install flac
apt-get install ffmpeg
When I know run
./configure --enable-sqlite --enable-oggvorbis
Then I get the following error message:
configure: error: ogg/ogg.h not found... Must have libogg installed for Ogg/Vorbis support
So there i a package called “libogg” that is expected during the compiling-process, and a package called “libogg0” that etch is providing.
How can I get around this issue with the “0”?
You need the “dev” packages as well… I think the packages I need (from memory) are:
libsqlite0-dev & libsqlite0 OR libsqlite3-dev & libsqlite3
The last depending on whether you use –enable-sqlite or –enable-sqlite3. (I’d recommend libsqlite3)
ymmv, but that should do it, I think.