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Foxdie
post Dec 7 2003, 02:42 PM
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As far as I can remember, someone was saying how when he tried to start MPLAYER in the Sash X11 ROM it would give the error that libvorbisidec.so was missing and either segfault or just close itself.

He further went on to reply that he fixed this by removing that version of MPLAYER and installing an older version for the 5x00 series OZ rom from the OZ feed.

However, in light of this I went to fix it myself and found the missing files and am now hosting them on my website, you should be able to just extract them into the /home/root/usr/lib/ folder and it'll work from there on. The file is here: http://foxdie.timduru.org/zaurus/libvorbisidec.tar.gz

Please bear in mind that this is my FIRST time making a tarball / gzipped file so if there's problems please tell me.
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omin0us
post Dec 7 2003, 04:18 PM
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That was me that made the post. The problem is with the Mplayer included in the X11 based ROM feed. It has been compiled using gcc3.x, while Sash's X11 based ROM is gcc2.x based. The package for libvorbisidec can also be cound in the OpenZaurus Feed. You will probably have to unpack the ipk and install by hand.
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sashz
post Dec 7 2003, 11:25 PM
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libvorbisidec.so included in tremor package, look feed.

sources builded with gcc3.3.1, but unlike OZ i use static gcc lib, its why you cannot see libgcc_1.so etc libraries in X11 ROM wink.gif
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