[Ffmpeg-devel] broken build
Sat Dec 2 21:24:07 CET 2006
On Dec 1, 2006, at 10:28 PM, Mike Melanson wrote:
> Xavier Noria wrote:
>> I am trying to compile ffmpeg on Ubuntu from a fresh checkout using
>> ./configure --enable-mp3lame --enable-static --disable-vhook
>> and get the error copied below. Compiling export-2006-12-01 gives
>> the same error.
>> Is that known? Could you recommend a recent revision that compiles?
> Your configuration step apparently saw fit not to link the dl
> library. What kind of system are you running on?
> If you check, 'ffmpeg' was probably built just fine. It looks like
> just ffserver that is giving you trouble.
Right, ffmpeg wasn't actually built but with that hint I could get it
passing --disable-ffserver --disable-ffplay. Platform is a recent
Ubuntu on x86.
Now another issue has arosen, I compiled lame-3.97 and installed
before, and compiled ffmpeg with --enable-mp3lame (the objective is
to convert video to flv for a website). The output of ./configure
lists it as enabled:
zlib enabled yes
libgsm enabled no
mp3lame enabled yes
libnut enabled no
but lame is not found:
fxn at larry:~/tmp$ ffmpeg -i trailer.wmv -acodec mp3 trailer.flv
ffmpeg: error while loading shared libraries: libmp3lame.so.0:
cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
albeit it lives here:
fxn at larry:~/tmp$ ls /usr/local/lib/*lame* -1
Isn't that a standard location?
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