[MPlayer-users] Portable Linux MPlayer
reyada.wolak at gmail.com
Fri Oct 23 09:05:42 CEST 2009
i figured it out.
libtinfo.so.5 is now part of lintermcap.so.x.x.x so you just need to link to
it. i think this should be implemented in the code somehow.
i compile the code with static link as well.
On Mon, Oct 19, 2009 at 7:07 AM, Cedric Malitte <cedric.malitte at gmail.com>wrote:
> In a few words, it's late here,
> you need the librairies
> doing a ld on your executable will give you the library you need to run
> This said, I'm not sure you can have a portable mplayer this way
> As far as I can remember, you should be able to have a portable version if
> you build static the mplayer ie embed the librairies but I can't forsee if
> this will work.
> I'm not very used to linuxes, I'm from the BSD side...
> But, you can try and tell us :)
> 2009/10/18 Reyada Wolak <reyada.wolak at gmail.com>
> > Hi,
> > I'm trying to embed mplayer with my application to use it as internal
> > player
> > (slave mode). I managed to do this with windows version since it is only
> > one
> > file without any dependencies. On the other hand I tried to do this with
> > Linux without success. I have a version on fedora 11 and i tried to move
> > the
> > binary file to Mandriva 2009 but this is the output:
> > error while loading shared libraries: libtinfo.so.5: cannot open shared
> > object file: No such file or directory
> > how can i do this? how can i compile one version to work in more than one
> > Linux. what compilation option (and packages) i should use and what
> > restrictions it will bring?
> > I'm only using mplayer as audio player so i can disable video if it can
> > help.
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