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fizze
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Well I’ve compiled svn-1696 myself, on x86-32.
Works like a charm.

I use Ubuntu 8.10 server, and no really other fancy packages.
Many folks compile themselves, even on BSD or Solaris, and noone’s ever experienced such a silly oom so far. 🙁

Well, you can always try to compile against sqlite2, which is considered to be more stable?

sudo dpkg -l|egrep "sqlite|flac|id3"
ii id3tool 1.2a-4 Command line editor for id3 tags
ii id3v2 0.1.11-3 A command line id3v2 tag editor
ii libflac-dev 1.2.1-1.2 Free Lossless Audio Codec - C development li
ii libflac7 1.1.2-8 Free Lossless Audio Codec - runtime C librar
ii libflac8 1.2.1-1.2 Free Lossless Audio Codec - runtime C librar
ii libid3-3.8.3c2a 3.8.3-7.2 Library for manipulating ID3v1 and ID3v2 tag
ii libid3tag0 0.15.1b-10 ID3 tag reading library from the MAD project
ii libid3tag0-dev 0.15.1b-10 ID3 tag reading library from the MAD project
ii libsqlite0 2.8.17-4build1 SQLite shared library
ii libsqlite3-0 3.5.9-3 SQLite 3 shared library
ii libsqlite3-dev 3.5.9-3 SQLite 3 development files
ii python-pysqlite2 2.4.1-1 Python interface to SQLite 3

I can’t recall any other deps from the top of my head, but with those versions everything worked fine.

For what it’s worth, here are my compile flags:

./configure --enable-sqlite3 --enable-upnp --enable-ffmpeg --enable-oggvorbis --with-ffmpeg-includes=/usr/include/f
fmpeg/ --enable-flac

Like I said, I fetched the sources for svn-1696.