1st November 2005 at 4:48 pm #114
somewhere I read you do your developing on OSX …
I try to build 20051026 and get the following error :
checking for sqlite.h… no
configure: error: sqlite.h not found… Must have sqlite headers installed
OSX has sqlite3.h …
How do you solve this ?
(btw, same problem on FC4 !)1st November 2005 at 10:07 pm #3740
The version of mt-daapd running on the SQLite backend requires version 2.x. It is possible to have both 2.x and 3.x installed simultaneously, but the daemon will only make use of the 2.x installation.
I guess this has reached the point of needing a FAQ entry. 😉1st November 2005 at 10:58 pm #3741
the part of the sqlite2/3 I did find, but, my question was more OSX related ..
I am running 10.4.3 server on my xServe and there is only sqlite3 there …
How do I get mt-daapd build with sqlite2 ?
Where do you get sqlite2 from ?1st November 2005 at 11:22 pm #3742
It will be necessary for you to download and install SQLite 2.x. If you do so from source, then the libraries and header files will be placed where mt-daapd expects to find them (under /usr/local…). If you use something like Fink or DarwinPorts, then you will need to declare the relevant path at configuration.
–Herman2nd November 2005 at 12:15 am #3743
I use darwinports, myself, and do:
port install sqlite
port install libid3tag
then do something like:
And that does it for me.2nd November 2005 at 12:38 am #3744
Ok, thanks for explaining that … I did not have port installed, I used fink until now …
Building went fine now !
Start testing 🙂
besides of some rights on /var/local/cache/mt-daapd all seems fine …
(need to change some 0700 into 0755 in that directory tree …)
Post edited by: eddieb, at: 2005/11/01 18:232nd November 2005 at 4:14 am #3745
with fink, it would be:
— Ron2nd November 2005 at 4:29 am #3746
yeah, I had that, but fink does not support sqlite …
Now I added port and setting
makes id3 and sqlite found …
Eddie2nd November 2005 at 4:55 am #3747
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