[mythtv-users] Can't compile on 2nd machine

Dirk Aust dirk_aust at gmx.de
Thu Jan 4 11:10:55 UTC 2007

in prinziple the build on a different machine works, you need to set the 
CFLAGS LDFLAGS properly. I build my MythTV for an EPIA box on a x64, when you 
have all the FLAGS for the compiler and alle 32bit devel packages installed 
needed for MythTV, it should work.

Your messages sounds like you used different compilers on both boxes.


Am Donnerstag, 4. Januar 2007 01:02 schrieb clemens at dwf.com:
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> I have two, almost identical P4's, but updated to the current fc6.
> I have the current MythTV 0.20 on both of them, updated to the current
> version.
> I can build MythTV fine on my MythTV machine.
> On the 2nd machine, where I wanted to do some experiments with sending the
> video
> across the ethernet just to see how this worked before building a 'real'
> machine to
> set in next to the TV, I can not build mythtv for the life of me.
> I constantly get to routines (dialbox.cpp is the first), whee I get the
> error message:
>     {standard input}: Assembler messages:
>     {standard input}:1084: Error: unknown pseudo-op: `.weakref'
> So there's got to be an include file on one machine but not the other, but
> there is no
> such complaint in the compile.
> (or am I just on the mythtv shit list and things like this happen?)

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