[mythtv-users] How to use SVN for most recent improvements
scott at tbwifi.ca
Thu Aug 16 04:10:34 UTC 2007
I tried using your recommendations for the ld.so.conf file changes.
Things error out at the make phase.
Any ideas anyone? Note that I've had no problems compiling from the
From: mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org
[mailto:mythtv-users-bounces at mythtv.org] On Behalf Of Mike Perkins
Sent: August 15, 2007 4:07 PM
To: Discussion about mythtv
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] How to use SVN for most recent improvements
Nick Morrott wrote:
> On 15/08/07, scott at tbwifi.ca <scott at tbwifi.ca> wrote:
>> Thanks Nick,
>> That's exactly what I was after. Does the svn command just place a
>> tarball in the directory that the command was executed from?
> No - it will download the source files individually and place them
> into the correct directory structure for you. Subversion 'versions'
> your checkout to allow quick future updates, and there will also be
> .svn directories created when you checkout containing a second clean
> version of the source. This is very useful for when you develop your
> own code and use more of Subversion's features, but you don't need to
> pay any attention to it if you're just downloading.
> If you want to update the source to the latest version, you just run
> 'svn update' in each of the checkout directories created when you
> first checked-out the code.
> All svn information can be found in the online book at
Ouch. Going off at half cock. SVN builds don't work properly on an
Mandriva installation (64-bit) because the ./configure script doesn't
reference the 64-bit library directories for some reason.
I got round it by changing my /etc/ld.so.conf to:
Then rerunning ldconfig. Probably overkill, but it allowed me to build Myth
that is the main objective. I ought to try and find out the proper way to
this problem, bites me every time.
Note to the above - doing the above may cause strange things to happen if
build other packages. YMMV. I built mine using --prefix=/usr, which is a
practice frowned upon here, but allowed me to use the vanilla Mandriva
in /etc/init.d to start and stop the back end servers.
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