MythTV and amd64
dicky_illing at hotmail.com
Wed Jul 25 09:57:49 UTC 2007
>On Mon, 23 Jul 2007 09:10:49 +0000
>Dicky Illing <dicky_illing at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > I have passed a couple of the stumbling blocks on the way to
> > compiling the present mythtv-20-fixes svn checkout by
>Just to be sure: you are not using the mythtv port? (I can't remember
>if it is 0.20-fixes orsomething else rught now.)
To be sure, I'm not using the port; it's marked Broken, and i386 only to
boot! (also, when I tried making it, having cleared out the flags, the
compile eventually failed also, giving me the sort of errors I would expect
from the assembler being told to put together the wrong sort of code.
("(%rdx,%eax)' is not a valid 64 bit base/index expression")
>Have a look at the myth port (/usr/ports/multimedia/mythtv) and the
>patch for httprequest.cpp (files/patch-httprequest.cpp).
>Perhaps it will help.
Looking over the port, I've grabbed a couple of the patches
(httprequest.cpp, videoout_xv.cpp) and applied them (and the one for
yuv2rbg.cpp that it requires from the obsd.patch I found trawling past posts
on the list) on a fresh svn checkout, and it now compiles (I'm very
impressed) almost to the end of compiling mythfrontend! It's now failing at
cd mythfrontend && qmake mythfrontend.pro -o Makefile
WARNING: Failure to find: version.cpp
cd mythfrontend && make -f Makefile
echo 'const char *myth_source_version =' '"'`(svnversion
/home/builds/myth/mythtv 2>/dev/null) || echo Unknown`'";' > .vers.new ;
diff .vers.new version.cpp > .vers.diff 2>&1 ; if test -s .vers.diff ; then
mv -f .vers.new version.cpp ; fi ; rm -f .vers.new .vers.diff
*** Error code 2
while it's still in the mythfrontend directory. I went back into the
directory, made clean, went back and applied the patch I found in the port's
files directory, and went back to the make process, however this didn't get
the process any further.
Thank you for your help so far!
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