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DeGT
post Feb 24 2005, 06:59 AM
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Hi at all, I'm trying to get mplayer working on my 5500 with hentges 3.5.2.

I have the problem, that mplayer seems to search for some ogg-libs (undefined symbol: ogg_sync_init).

MPlayer is installed to sd, I don't have any conf-files for it (it's using the internal conf) and my movie for testing is on my cf-card.

I thought it could help to install vorbis-tools etc., but this is not helping at all. sad.gif

Can anybody help me?
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lardman
post Feb 24 2005, 09:13 AM
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How did you install it to begin with? Locally with -force-depends, or from a feed (ie. is the lack of ogg a missing dependency?)?


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post Feb 24 2005, 09:58 AM
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I think it came with the cardfs-image and so I didn't install it.
But then I reinstalled it (mplayer_1.0pre3try2-r3_arm.ipk from cf, downloaded from oz-feed) and it's still the same problem.

I just again tried to reinstall it and it seemed like all depencies would have been satisfied with already installed packages.

running Ipkg-link mount /mnt/card doesn't help as well.
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post Feb 25 2005, 03:15 AM
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libvorbisidec1? I think that is an ogg lib.

I had to install something to make it work (long time ago now), but I can't remember what it was. I have vorbisdec installed though.


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DeGT
post Feb 25 2005, 07:00 AM
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So, what I have installed (only the interesting things for this topic) is:
libogg0
libvorbis
libvorbisdec1
vorbis-tools
mplayer and
mplayer-doc (don't know why I installed this one...)

Maybe I have to create some conf-files? At the moment there is no conf-file at all and maybe mplayer is searching for "wrong" libs.

Oh, btw: thanks for trying to help me smile.gif
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post Feb 25 2005, 07:13 AM
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Hi DeGT,
you need a config file named config in a hidden directory named .mplayer under home/root

This means -> /home/root//.mplayer/config

This configfile must contain:
ac=mad
This solves some of your problems.
Cheers,
Sam
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DeGT
post Feb 25 2005, 07:45 AM
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sad.gif It doesn't help, I still get the same error.
Maybe I should try to connect my Z to the internet (I have a lot of time... wink.gif ) and install everything from feed.
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post Feb 25 2005, 08:15 AM
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QUOTE(DeGT @ Feb 25 2005, 04:45 PM)
and install everything from feed.

No use. I've done that several times to no avail. mplayer always gives the mentioned error when I try to play mpgs.
For me this is just a minor annoyance so I've decided to wait 'till someone finds a solution ;-)
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post Feb 25 2005, 10:16 AM
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Maybe you have the wrong libvorbisidec1 installed.
There are 2.

libvorbisidec1_20021126-r0_arm.ipk
libvorbisidec1_20030402-r0_arm.ipk

You have to install it by hand, as the package manager will only pickup 1 of them (2003 I believe).

Try removing libvorbisidec1 and (manually) installing the 2002 version.
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post Feb 25 2005, 11:11 AM
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QUOTE(DeGT @ Feb 24 2005, 09:59 AM)
I have the problem, that mplayer seems to search for some ogg-libs (undefined symbol: ogg_sync_init).

Is this just when trying to play ogms or anything?

I've never had any luck playing ogm video on this mplayer... maybe vorbis wasn't enabled when it was compiled or bitbaked? Has anyone been able to play an ogm with this mplayer build?

Greg
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MrSquishy
post Feb 25 2005, 11:59 AM
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QUOTE(Greg2 @ Feb 25 2005, 11:11 AM)
Is this just when trying to play ogms or anything?

I've never had any luck playing ogm video on this mplayer... maybe vorbis wasn't enabled when it was compiled or bitbaked? Has anyone been able to play an ogm with this mplayer build?

Greg
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I play ogms in both the OLD mplayer (off of xmms-embedded.sf.net) and the new one out of the 3.5.2 feed.

I renamed the new one to mplayer10pre3 and have an opie-sh script setup to run it.
The older mplayer works better in xmms.

I have the 2002 version of libvorbisidec1 installed (I think), and all ogms (From cmisips Createogm.sh script) run beautifully in both mplayers.

I use xmms for Mp3s and playlists, while my Opie-Sh script is better (for me) for full movies as it allows you to seek.

Script is posted in OZ forums, search for Opie-sh-mplayer.
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post Feb 25 2005, 12:45 PM
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QUOTE(MrSquishy @ Feb 25 2005, 02:59 PM)
I have the 2002 version of libvorbisidec1 installed (I think),

Where did you find that bit of info? Anyway it works, and thank you very much.

The Hentges rom comes with libvorbisidec1_20041119-r1 installed, I've just replaced it with libvorbisidec1_20021126-r0... now ogms play just fine.

I've been using your Opie-sh-mplayer script since you first posted it... works great!

Thanks

Greg
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MrSquishy
post Feb 26 2005, 12:14 AM
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I think I found it while digging around the 3.5.1 feeds.

There may be other packages out there with the same "name" (The beginning part that shows up in the GUI Package Managers) and you wouldnt know unless you tracked them down one by one.

Glad to hear that it works.

You may want to test to see if oggs play correctly.
I use ogms much more than I use oggs, and with the older (3.5.1) version of this "fix", oggs stopped working.
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post Feb 26 2005, 01:25 AM
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Thanks, now it works for me! smile.gif
@MrSquishy: Now I use your script and it's pretty cool. No more command-line...
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post Feb 26 2005, 07:52 AM
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QUOTE(MrSquishy @ Feb 26 2005, 03:14 AM)
You may want to test to see if oggs play correctly.
I use ogms much more than I use oggs, and with the older (3.5.1) version of this "fix", oggs stopped working.

I just played an ogg with xmms and it sounds fine. I've been ripping and encoding everything in ogg and ogm lately, so thanks for the heads up.

On a side note if a mod reads this... I think it should be moved to the Open Zaurus Roms section for the future searchers of this problem.

Greg smile.gif
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