xine, ppc and illegal instructions
billfink at capu.net
Sun Apr 1 06:16:06 EST 2001
> On Thu, 29 Mar 2001, Henry Worth wrote:
> Bill Fink wrote:
> >A theory why xine 0.4.01 would work on Henry's system but not on mine
> >was that Henry was running with a newer glibc (2.2.something). I was
> Actually, I'm at 2.1.3 and 2.95.3 compiler, but the common
> denominator for those failing seems to be Debian distributions,
> whereas I'm LPPC Q4.
OK, maybe it's the compiler. I'm running YDL 1.2.1 with:
gwiz% rpm -q -a | egrep 'gcc|glibc'
You're running gcc-2.95.3 while I'm running gcc-2.95.2-1i.
Well so much for that theory. I just upgraded to gcc-2.95.3-2n from
LPPC 2000 Q4 and it didn't help.
How about shared libraries? Here's the list of packages from my
system that provide shared libraries for xine (from ldd):
Henry, could you please let me know what versions of the above you
are running on your system so I can compare?
I have a suspicion it might be an X problem although I can't say why
I feel that way. I'm running using Xv on an ATY Rage128.
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