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    Squeezplay compilation fail on Hardy

    Checked out squeezeplay today and all the required additional modules for compilation on Ubuntu 8.04. Got the following errors before compilation stopped:

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     gcc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I./src -I/tmp/squeezeplay//build/linux/include -I/tmp/squeezeplay//build/linux/include/SDL -I/tmp/squeezeplay//build/linux/include/freetype2 -g -pg -I/tmp/squeezeplay//build/linux/include/SDL -D_GNU_SOURCE=1 -D_REENTRANT -Wall -Werror -pg -MT jive_framework.lo -MD -MP -MF .deps/jive_framework.Tpo -c src/ui/jive_framework.c -o jive_framework.o
    cc1: warnings being treated as errors
    src/ui/jive_framework.c: In function 'process_event':
    src/ui/jive_framework.c:1002: warning: cast to pointer from integer of different size
    src/ui/jive_framework.c:1180: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different size
    src/ui/jive_framework.c:1181: warning: cast from pointer to integer of different size
    make[2]: *** [jive_framework.lo] Error 1
    make[2]: Leaving directory `/tmp/squeezeplay/src/squeezeplay'
    make[1]: *** [all] Error 2
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/squeezeplay/src/squeezeplay'
    make: *** [squeezeplay] Error 2
    Any ideas on cause?
    P2 266MHz, ubuntu server 10.04 SBS 7.6.0 - r31284
    AMD64x2 ubuntu 10.04, SBS 7.5.2 - r30889
    Dell 10v WinXP SBS 7.5.2 - r31264
    Dell 10v ubuntu netbook remix 10.04, SBS 7.6.0 - r30830
    Players: Classic, Duet, Boom

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    Senior Member Ramage's Avatar
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    Added packages:
    libvorbis-dev
    automake-1.9
    as suggested here - http://forums.slimdevices.com/showpo...9&postcount=34

    recompiled but same error.
    P2 266MHz, ubuntu server 10.04 SBS 7.6.0 - r31284
    AMD64x2 ubuntu 10.04, SBS 7.5.2 - r30889
    Dell 10v WinXP SBS 7.5.2 - r31264
    Dell 10v ubuntu netbook remix 10.04, SBS 7.6.0 - r30830
    Players: Classic, Duet, Boom

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    Are you compiling on a 64-bit machine?

    Richard

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    Senior Member Ramage's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtitmuss View Post
    Are you compiling on a 64-bit machine?

    Richard
    Yes. AMD64
    P2 266MHz, ubuntu server 10.04 SBS 7.6.0 - r31284
    AMD64x2 ubuntu 10.04, SBS 7.5.2 - r30889
    Dell 10v WinXP SBS 7.5.2 - r31264
    Dell 10v ubuntu netbook remix 10.04, SBS 7.6.0 - r30830
    Players: Classic, Duet, Boom

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    Sorry I should have asked what version you are trying to compile too. I think Squeezeplay 7.1 should work on a 64-bit machine, but I don't have one here to test with.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtitmuss View Post
    Sorry I should have asked what version you are trying to compile too. I think Squeezeplay 7.1 should work on a 64-bit machine, but I don't have one here to test with.

    Richard
    I've got ver 7.2 at the moment.

    I'll download 7.1 and give it a try
    Last edited by Ramage; 2008-06-10 at 13:35. Reason: more info
    P2 266MHz, ubuntu server 10.04 SBS 7.6.0 - r31284
    AMD64x2 ubuntu 10.04, SBS 7.5.2 - r30889
    Dell 10v WinXP SBS 7.5.2 - r31264
    Dell 10v ubuntu netbook remix 10.04, SBS 7.6.0 - r30830
    Players: Classic, Duet, Boom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramage View Post
    I've got ver 7.2 at the moment.

    I'll download 7.1 and give it a try
    7.1 compiles OK, thanks.

    I can use jive to control my players, but should I be able to play music using jive as the player, if so how?
    P2 266MHz, ubuntu server 10.04 SBS 7.6.0 - r31284
    AMD64x2 ubuntu 10.04, SBS 7.5.2 - r30889
    Dell 10v WinXP SBS 7.5.2 - r31264
    Dell 10v ubuntu netbook remix 10.04, SBS 7.6.0 - r30830
    Players: Classic, Duet, Boom

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramage View Post
    I can use jive to control my players, but should I be able to play music using jive as the player, if so how?
    That is being developed as part of SqueezePlay 7.2, it works but is not perfect yet. It looks like someone with a 64-bit machine needs to submit a patch to get that version to compile before you'll be able to use it.

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtitmuss View Post
    That is being developed as part of SqueezePlay 7.2, it works but is not perfect yet. It looks like someone with a 64-bit machine needs to submit a patch to get that version to compile before you'll be able to use it.

    Richard
    Thanks Richard

    Can I help in any way?
    P2 266MHz, ubuntu server 10.04 SBS 7.6.0 - r31284
    AMD64x2 ubuntu 10.04, SBS 7.5.2 - r30889
    Dell 10v WinXP SBS 7.5.2 - r31264
    Dell 10v ubuntu netbook remix 10.04, SBS 7.6.0 - r30830
    Players: Classic, Duet, Boom

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    Bummer this error is still present today.

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