Subject: Re: xine buildlink issue
To: None <email@example.com>
From: thuja <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 09/14/2007 19:10:58
David Brownlee wrote:
> On Fri, 14 Sep 2007, thuja wrote:
>> I'm just an untypical home user running NetBSD 4.0. After my
>> installation I
>> got to here solving my KDE sound problem, but don't understand how to fix
>> xine-arts with this information. Could you please explain? Thanks!
> What version of xine-arts do you have (the latest one with the fix
> is xine-arts-1.1.7nb1). If you have xine-arts-1.1.7 and a copy
> of the latest pkgsrc then you *should* be able to just
> 'cd pkgsrc/audio/xine-arts ; make clean ; make replace'
> 'make replace' is a special pkgrsc target that just rebuilds a
> single package without rebuilding all the packages which depend
> upon it, and should be used with care. In this specific case
> xine-arts-1.1.7 -> xine-arts-1.1.7nb1) it is perfectly safe.
Thanks, I got sound working! I had to install pkg_tarup to get it to work,
but othrwise it went smoothly.
I am slightly puzzled why given that the last posts on this issue were over
a week ago, why I'm still facing this problem? I just installed netbsd last
night. Is this an issue? Or is it just something I don't understand?
Also, if I may ask here: How do I compile Amarok with MySQL in NetBSD?
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