From: priyem <dpriyemvadha@...>
Date: Mon, May 31, 2004 at 01:32:22AM -0700
> Kindly let me know how XINE is to be compiled for ARM Processor.
We help those who help themselves.
Thus, try it and if there are any error-messages do let us know.
The fact that Debian has xine-on-arm packages does suggest it is
At first I was uncertain, but now I'm not so sure.
Debian (Unstable) GNU/Linux 2.6.7-rc2 2x6062 bogomips load 0.44
> From: priyem <dpriyemvadha@...>
> Date: Mon, May 31, 2004 at 01:32:22AM -0700
>> Kindly let me know how XINE is to be compiled for ARM Processor.
> We help those who help themselves.
> Thus, try it and if there are any error-messages do let us know.
Heaps, particularly configure options that can't be detected due to cross compiling.
I did manage to get it to cross compile, but every time I hit a configure test, I cross compiled
that test, ran it on my arm machine and then hard coded the configure script with that value.
It was quite a tedious process and I wish I had documented it (I was not on the xine lists at the
time). It's a process I will be re-attempting in the near future.
As it stands, xine is not very cross compile friendly, if you are interested in making it so, I'm
certainly interested in providing testing and feedback.
> The fact that Debian has xine-on-arm packages does suggest it is
The Debian packages might actually be built on ARM. Most of the debian architectures are built on
their respective native machines.
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