[mythtv-users] Compiling MythPlugins with AAC Support
damiendusha at netspace.net.au
Fri Sep 15 22:34:19 UTC 2006
"Did you also install the -devel packages for those packages? Remember,
you're compiling. You need both the runtime and development packages.
just did yum
install --disablerepo=livna faac-devel faad2-devel
And now I'm currently compiling with AAC support! Thanks very much. I
disabled livna because I keep on reading bad things about it...
Having said this, I'm still interested in finding out the mess of
compiling the pre-reqs from source - it did it for all the others.
"Why not use the packages? Helps with finding bugs and currently they
look quite decent. They do include AAC support as well as almost every
other switchable bit."
I do appreciate yum, and I have some friends with a painless install via
yum, but I'm trying to push HDTV through P4-2.4GHz (and eventually serve
content to an xbox), so I need every last bit of grunt I can get - so
far I have had no luck with XvMC either :( but that's another thread.
Plus, I'm still learning a thing or two about linux - since I have
started my Myth project, I have learned so much more about linux, it's
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