#82 Cinelerra install failure

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2007-03-22
2007-03-22
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Hi
I have downloaded cinelerra-2.1-src.tar.bz2 today, extracted it and reached a successful configuration stage.

When I type 'make' however, I receive an error I do not know how to solve. I am also very new to Linux.

I have attached the record of the terminal from the successful configure.

What do I need to do to allow it to create i686 as referred to at: FATAL: can't create i686/soundtest.o: No such file or directory ?
Thank you for your help.

Franz Siegl
fsiegl@internode.on.net

Australia

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    go to directory i686, create a folder named Soundtest and then try "make".

     
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    I ran into this too. Here is what I got:

    nasm -f elf video/reconmmx.s -o i686/video/mmxidct.o
    make: nasm: Command not found
    make: *** [i686/video/reconmmx.o] Error 127

     
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    Forgot to say that making the new folder didn't change the error.

     
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    Ok, I played with some things and got past the first issue but it still wouldn't finish. It is having some kind of issue with the libmjpeg.h file.

    Here is the list of errors:

    In file included from jpeg.c:7:
    libmjpeg.h:34:71: png.h: No such file or directory
    In file included from jpeg.c:7:
    libmjpeg.h:44: parse error before "jmp_buf"
    libmjpeg.h:44: warning: no semicolon at end of struct or union
    libmjpeg.h:70: field `jpeg_error' has incomplete type
    make: *** [i686/jpeg.o] Error 1
    [thayne@localhost quicktime4linux-2.2]$ make
    gcc -c `cat i686/c_flags` jpeg.c -o i686/jpeg.o
    In file included from jpeg.c:7:
    libmjpeg.h:34:71: png.h: No such file or directory
    In file included from jpeg.c:7:
    libmjpeg.h:44: parse error before "jmp_buf"
    libmjpeg.h:44: warning: no semicolon at end of struct or union
    libmjpeg.h:70: field `jpeg_error' has incomplete type
    make: *** [i686/jpeg.o] Error 1

    I just looked through the code and can't seem to see the problem but maybe someone else who has compiled it could let me know if they have some sort of fix for this one.