- 25th July 2005 at 8:14 am #77zapzapParticipant
After a long abscence i am back and start again make RPM for mandrake 9.2, 10.0 , 10.1 and 10.2
a new file appear in the src directory of mt-daapd
what is this file and did i need to package it ?
a new requierement appear in the build process : sqlite.h
can you confirm me which version is necessary
because the sqlite.h come with sqlite 2.8.x
and sqlite3.h come with the sqlite 3.2.x
PS: i will put online all the rpm for mandrake.25th July 2005 at 9:21 am #3503rpeddeParticipant
wavstreamer is a helper for the server-side transcoding. If you wanted to serve .ogg files or .flac files to iTunes, wavstreamer helps that process. It should be a regular /usr/bin type program.
If you want to build the RPMS with full transcode support, you’ll need to compile using:
And you’ll need libvorbis and libflac as deps (and the -devel packages as build deps)
You’ll also need to put one of the ssc programs (contrib/mt-daapd-ssc.sh or contrib/mt-daapd-ssc.pl) somewhere, and make the default config file point to it.
It does indeed require sqlite 2.8.x. It will eventually target either sqlite or sqlite3, but right now it only targets sqlite.
P.S. Good to see you back.25th July 2005 at 9:54 am #3504zapzapParticipant
Thanks ron for the update.
i will update my spec files and let you know
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