[vox-tech] mplayer configuration
yihai2004 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 30 19:31:32 PST 2007
I have ubuntu 7.04 install on my system (CPU core duo 6300)
Now I want to play DVD with mplayer, which is preinstalled. However, the
image was totally unviewable - only mosaic-like blocks. Anyway, it might be
the codec. I just feel like re-installing the mplayer. So I removed the
existing one and started downloading and installing a latest one.
Problem is, the very first step, configuration failed when I run ./configure
this is the first problematic part in the configure.log:
cc -o /tmp/mplayer-conf--16148 /tmp/mplayer-conf--16148.c
/tmp/mplayer-conf--16148.c:1:20: error: signal.h: No such file or directory
/tmp/mplayer-conf--16148.c: In function 'catch':
/tmp/mplayer-conf--16148.c:2: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of
built-in function 'exit'
/tmp/mplayer-conf--16148.c: In function 'main':
/tmp/mplayer-conf--16148.c:4: error: 'SIGILL' undeclared (first use in this
/tmp/mplayer-conf--16148.c:4: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported
/tmp/mplayer-conf--16148.c:4: error: for each function it appears in.)
Result is: failed
I googled a while and some people say that it's might be that mplayer
doesn't support my CPU's type. Mplayer works fine in my previous single-core
CPU computer. I don't know how well Linux & software for Linux support the
Anyway, two questions:
1. Why doesn't the pre-installed mplayer work? ( I tried -vo xv and -vo x11
2. Why couldn't I compile the source?
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