[MPlayer-users] Problems with smil file
jonrysh at pacbell.net
Tue Aug 8 22:07:07 CEST 2006
On Tue, 2006-08-08 at 21:52 +0200, Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski wrote:
> Now with WMV3 implementation nearing completion I think there's less and
> less need to use the binary codecs. I mean, what else is there that
> we haven't implemented yet? ;)
Can you point me to info on WMV3 and its relation to mplayer?
> > > can't build 32-bit versions of anything on my (Fedora 5) system because
> > > the various '*-config' files are available only for the 64-bit versions
> > > of the various libraries -- e.g. /usr/bin/gtk-config is for the 64 bit
> > > versions of the libraries, and conflicts with gtk-config for the 32-bit
> > > libraries. So...
> It definitely is possible. I've done it on my amd64 box. You just have to
> uninstall any conflicting 64bit -devel packages.
Yes. But when I've done it, I won't be able to build 64-bit binaries.
I suppose I could set up a script to take out all the 64-bit *-devel
packages and put in all the 32-bit ones, and another script to do the
reverse. What a bother! Or am I missing something obvious?
I think the decision to put the *-config files in /usr/bin was one of
the worst decisions in setting up the x86-64 filesystem. I would have
put the 32-bit and 64-bit *-config files in different directories,
say /usr/lib and /usr/lib64, or /usr/bin, and /usr/bin64, or whatever.
Sorry for clogging up the mplayer list with irrelevancies.
> > Sorry no clue about it., since i don't have a 64bit cpu. There are
> > official rmp (linked from Mplayer download page), but iirc they are
> > for 32bit systems. Is there any difference between a 32bit
> > mplayer for a 32bit system and a 32bit mplayer for a 64bit system?
> Not as such, no.
Thanks for answering this question. It went right by me.
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