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Alexis de Lattre wrote:<br>
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<pre wrap="">On Sat, Aug 02, 2003, Jason Luka wrote :
<pre wrap="">I have new Red Hat RPM's built and in the repository. Check
/incoming/rh9-0.6.1 and try to get them on the webpage as soon as
possible. The ati package is a xvideo fix ONLY for certain ATI cards.
It might mess up other video cards if installed. The spec file from
the src rpm has some extremely wacky workarounds I had to use to get the
mozilla plugin to compile, but in the end, it all ends up working so, yay.
Your package are now available on the FTP site. I made a small change to
the directory name:
- for libdvbpsi and libdvdcss, the directory name is
"version/rpm/redhat", because I guess that those packages may work on
other versions than RH 9.0
- for VLC, the directory name is "0.6.1/rpm/redhat-9.0", because I guess
that those packages may not work on other versions than RH 9.0
Do you confirm that ?
Before updating the VLC RedHat page, I would like to know what I should
do for the libraries (ffmpeg, mpeg2dec, etc...) : I keep the ones
provided with VLC 0.6.0 ?
Everything from 0.6.0 can carry over to the new version, except the new
RPM's I uploaded. Because pthread headers aren't in Red Hat 8.0, the
new version of VLC should only work on Red Hat 9.0, unless the end-user
upgrades their glibc packages, which isn't really worth the trouble.
Also, it was only built for mozilla 1.2.1, so that's another point
where RH8 might not work with it.<br>
Red Hat Maintainer<br>