[Fwd: Totem Compilation error.]

Michael Johnson ahze at ahze.net
Thu Jul 5 11:42:58 UTC 2007

On 7/5/07, Vincent Blondel <vincent at xtra-net.org> wrote:
> Hello,
> I found a message somebody posted one year ago on your mailing list. I
> also get the same problem by trying to compile gnome CURRENT on my
> FreeBSD-CURRENT system.
> Can somebody say me if this problem is known and how I can solve it
> because I cannot go further with gnome compilation.
> Thanks
> Vincent.
> Hello,
> Below what I receive when trying to compile gnome2 CURRENT. This happens
> during the compilation phase of totem.
> checking whether to enable easy codec installation support... auto
> checking for MISSING_PLUGINS... yes
> checking for GST... yes
> checking for backend libraries... GStreamer-0.10
> checking GStreamer 0.10 playbin plugin... no
> configure: error:
>          Cannot find required GStreamer-0.10 plugin 'playbin'.
>          It should be part of gst-plugins-base. Please install it.
> ===>  Script configure failed unexpectedly.
> Please run the gnomelogalyzer, available from
> http://www.freebsd.org/gnome/gnomelogalyzer.sh, which will diagnose the
> problem and suggest a solution. If - and only if - the gnomelogalyzer cannot
> solve the problem, report the build failure to the FreeBSD GNOME team at
> gnome at FreeBSD.org, and attach (a)
> /tmp/usr/ports/multimedia/totem/work/totem-2.18.2/config.log, (b) the output
> of the failed make command, and (c) the gnomelogalyzer output. Also, it might
> be a good idea to provide an overview of all packages installed on your
> system (`ls -la`). Put your attachment up on any website,
> copy-and-paste into http://freebsd-gnome.pastebin.com, or use send-pr(1) with
> the attachment. Try to avoid sending any attachments to the mailing list
> (gnome at FreeBSD.org), because attachments sent to FreeBSD mailing lists are
> usually discarded by the mailing list software.
> *** Error code 1
> Stop in /usr/ports/multimedia/totem.
> If I look a bit more in detail it seems /usr/local/bin/gst-inspect is
> called during the configure phase and this causes segmentation fault.
> I already looked at google for some solution but without any success.
> Thanks to help me.
> Vincent.

There is a long known problem that CFLAGS=-O1 or lower causes runtime
problems with gstreamer, and right now -CURRENT's default CFLAGS are
-O1 -pipe.

I added -O2 to gstreamer's CFLAGS in ports, so please run

portupgrade -f gstreamer-*

and you will be good to go.

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