[vorbis] Re: Followup to compiling Ogg on NetBSD-1.5/i386
Jeremy C. Reed
reed at reedmedia.net
Tue Mar 13 15:17:05 PST 2001
On Wed, 14 Mar 2001, Rakhesh Sasidharan wrote:
> 3. After that, I went to vorbis-tools. (**I had compiled libogg and
> libvorbis earlier -- do I need to compile them again now that I have
> made changes in libao ?** I think not, but I still ask).
No you shouldn't have to.
> 3. The rest of the stuff in your notes didn't make any sense to me (I'm
> only a beginner user), but I gathered that we need to do something with
My notes are not too good :)
> the -lossaudio option. And I gathered that it has to be put in
> ogg123/Makefile (ie, LIBS = -lossaudio *and* LDFLAGS = -lossaudio).
> Well, I ran `configure' first, then made the above changes, and `make &&
> make install' ...
> ... but still ogg123 reports "No such device oss". :-(
I think I fixed this by using DL_LAZY instead of RTLD_NOW. This is in
Then if the libossaudio was missing, you'd get an error like:
"/usr/local/lib/ao/liboss.so: Undefined PLT symbol "_oss_ioctl" (reloc
type = 7, symnum = 13)"
(I hope I remembered this correctly.)
Jeremy C. Reed
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