pfk at fuchs.offl.uni-jena.de
Sat Dec 30 16:41:06 PST 2000
On Sun, Dec 31, 2000 at 12:06:02AM +0100, Segher Boessenkool wrote:
> Frank Klemm wrote:
> > Where can I get a Ogg Vorbis decoder for Linux 2.2.15/glibc2.1?
> ...on x86?
> > I do not spend more than 10 minutes for this, so don't spend any second
> > in proposal like: install Debian and call "debianfck --qfhgq -wjekfwh -dwkhw
> > --184.108.40.206 | dkd wmd --exlig".
> You can compile one from source... see http://xiph.org
When is Ogg Vorbis compilable on a normal installed computer? Currently I
haven't found a computer where I can compile the current CVS. If the
developer of Ogg Vorbis are interested in spreading OV over the net, some
effort in making a OV installation easy should be investigated.
mpg123: installed within 3 minutes
lame: installed within 5 minutes (compilation takes some minutes)
mppenc/mppdec: installed within 2 minutes
toolame: installed within 8 minutes (external tables are the problem)
For the ca. 1000 packets you find on a Unix system this is still work for
about 1 month.
xregal (Movie DB) installed after 6 hours (code modifications were
necessary, some libs were needed which I can't
compile on a modern Unix system).
xmms: compile time errors
a lot of X stuff: needs the original Motif stuff, R.I.P.
Ogg Vorbis: configure errors
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