Monday, October 03, 2011

1.0.5b1 of gmtk, gnome-mplayer and gecko-mediaplayer

Announcing the release of version 1.0.5b1 of the following packages

gmtk
gnome-mplayer
gecko-mediaplayer

The building of these packages is a little different than 1.0.4 due to the addition of gmtk.

gmtk is a common library that is used by gnome-mplayer and gecko-mediaplayer. So build and install it first, it should auto configure for most situations

About the only options you will need other than the prefix and the libdir are the following

--enable-gtk3 or --disable-gtk3

And then to select the backend for preference stores, either let the application configure it self to choose the best option or pick _one_ of these

--enable-gconf
--enable-gsettings   GTK 2.26 or higher required for this one
--enable-keystore

On Fedora 15 (x86_64) I use the following command to configure gmtk

./configure --prefix=/usr --libdir=/usr/lib64


Once gmtk is compiled and installed build gnome-mplayer and then gecko-mediaplayer. They will use the version of gtk and backend that were chosen in gmtk, so no need to re-specify those options. So please check your flags if you have scripted these builds in the past.

tar files of the source can be obtained from the following links:

http://gmtk.googlecode.com/files/gmtk-1.0.5b1.tar.gz

http://gnome-mplayer.googlecode.com/files/gnome-mplayer-1.0.5b1.tar.gz

http://gecko-mediaplayer.googlecode.com/files/gecko-mediaplayer-1.0.5b1.tar.gz

3 comments:

racz.g said...

hi i have a problem, while trying to run gnome-mplayer from command line:
"GLib-GIO-ERROR **: Settings schema 'apps.gnome-mplayer.preferences' does not contain a key named 'vo'"
i compiled gmtk and gnome-mplayer with these: "./configure --disable-gtk3 --prefix=/usr --libdir=/usr/lib --enable-gsettings"
im new in linux so plz tell me what did i wrong and how can i fix it. thanks :)
/fedora16,32bit/

Kevin DeKorte said...

I believe that upgrading from 1.0.5b1 to 1.0.5 should fix this. I checked the source and that preference option is in the schema

Kevin DeKorte said...

Also, since you are using Fedora, you may want to just install the packages from rpmfusion.