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30/06/2005 at 7:01 AM #72davewGuest
Howdy, I downloaded mt-daapd-cvs-20050620.tar.gz and tried to build it on Fedora Core 4 thusly:
./configure –prefix=/var/tmp/mt-daapd-cvs-20050620-1-buildroot/usr –enable-flac –enable-oggvorbis
This broke because FC4 actually calls its sqlite “sqlite3” and the configure couldn’t find it. So I built like this instead:
./configure –prefix=/var/tmp/mt-daapd-cvs-20050620-1-buildroot/usr –enable-flac –enable-oggvorbis –disable-sqlite
The install went well, and I configured my /etc/mt-daapd.conf just like I had on my Fedora Core 3 installation of a previous mt-daapd snapshot. My permissions are all right as far as I can tell. But mt-daapd segfaults. I’m attaching the strace output.
Dave [file name=strace.txt size=30606]http://www.mt-daapd.org/components/com_simpleboard/uploaded/files/strace.txt[/file]
Post edited by: davew, at: 2005/06/30 00:0230/06/2005 at 7:22 AM #3444
Actually, there are two stable and incompatible versions of sqlite. Sqlite 2.8.x and Sqlite 3.x. Generally, the packages are called sqlite and sqlite3.
Right now, mt-daapd requires sqlite, not sqlite3. You’ll need to install the sqlite and sqlite-dev packages. They can coexist with sqlite3 (which is why they go by two different names).
As far as the segfault goes, that’s really a message saying “you don’t have an underlying database implementation with which to store id3 data”. Perhaps I could work on a more suitable error message than a segfault, though. 🙂
install sqlite and sqlite-dev, and reconfigure without –disable-sqlite.
— Ron01/07/2005 at 6:35 AM #3445
–disable-sqlite is the other half of –enable-sqlite. Once there are multiple sql backends (sqlite3, mysql, postgres, etc), then I’d like to be able to be able to compile just those backends I’m interested in.
That’s why it’s there, even though it doesn’t make any sense. I’m hoping that it will someday. 🙂
Maybe just a shallow hope, but it’s there.
— Ron28/10/2005 at 12:10 AM #3446bigbenGuest
Any luck getting this to work on Fedora Core 4? I can not seem to get both version of sqlite to work on the same server correctly. Any suggestions?
Ben28/10/2005 at 10:52 AM #3447
In FC4, the packages you need are called sqlite2 and sqlite2-devel.
— Ron28/10/2005 at 5:27 PM #3448bigbenGuest
Thank you! Got it working.
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