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My system has zlib 1.1.3 installed so I will try updating that first.
I have the source for zlib 1.2.3. If possible I want to keep the old
version, in /usr/lib and /usr/include, so that any programs I have
that require this specific version will still run. If I install the new zlib
in /usr/local how can I force the mt-daapd build to use the new version?
using –with-id3lib=/usr/local should do it. (I think). Failing that, something like:
[email protected]:~$ export CFLAGS=-I/usr/local/include
[email protected]:~$ export LDFLAGS=-L/usr/local/lib
[email protected]:~$ ./configure ...
Should probably work.
I was going to try using the older sqlite but I wasn’t able to find the
source for it that included the configuration files and Makefiles.
Can the source files from the 2.8.17 zip file just replace the source
files 3.3.8 src directory?
I wouldn’t borrow trouble on that one. I think 3.3.8 should be okay. I’m almost positive that the problem is zlib.