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From: Kevin DeKorte <kdekorte@ya...> - 2004-01-26 20:37:18
I have got mplayerplug-in CVS to compile on Solaris 9. I have not tested the
code because my Sun box (Ultra 1) sucks and can't run mplayer fast enough.
So check out current CVS and then make sure libstdc++.so.5 in the library path
by default it is in /usr/local/lib on my box. This is to satisfy the
configure requirement that is tested, but not used yet. Either that or you
can set CXX=gcc to get thru the configure test.
You can check it with
if it is not there.. as root do this
Assuming crle just reported /usr/lib and /usr/lib/secure
If you have more directories you should add them to the command below
crle -l /usr/lib -l /usr/local/lib
To make sure you have the right version of CVS you should have a file called
Source/lstat.c. If it is not there, CVS has not been updated.