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  1. #1
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    compiling opal

    I would like to compile Ekiga 4.0 in Ubuntu 12.04. A dependency is opal >= 3.10.9.

    I tried to compile this version of opal but received the following error messages:

    make[3]: Entering directory `/home/volker/Downloads/opal-3.10.9/plugins/video/H.263-1998'
    [CC] h263-1998.cxx
    h263-1998.cxx: In member function ‘virtual void H263_Base_EncoderContext::SetOption(const char*, const char*)’:
    h263-1998.cxx:320:27: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_UMV’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:322:28: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_UMV’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:363:27: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_SLICE_STRUCT’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:365:28: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_SLICE_STRUCT’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:373:27: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_AIV’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:375:28: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_AIV’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx: In member function ‘bool H263_Base_EncoderContext::OpenCodec()’:
    h263-1998.cxx:455:3: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_UMV’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:456:3: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_OBMC’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:458:3: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_SLICE_STRUCT’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:460:3: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_AIV’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx: In member function ‘virtual bool H263_Base_EncoderContext::EncodeFrames(const BYTE*, unsigned int&, BYTE*, unsigned int&, unsigned int&)’:
    h263-1998.cxx:524:72: error: ‘FF_I_TYPE’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx: In member function ‘virtual bool H263_RFC2190_EncoderContext::Init()’:
    h263-1998.cxx:606:24: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_UMV’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:611:24: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_AIV’ was not declared in this scope
    h263-1998.cxx:612:24: error: ‘CODEC_FLAG_H263P_SLICE_STRUCT’ was not declared in this scope
    make[3]: *** [/home/volker/Downloads/opal-3.10.9/plugins/../lib_linux_x86_64/plugins/h263_ffmpeg/h263-1998.o] Error 1
    make[3]: Leaving directory `/home/volker/Downloads/opal-3.10.9/plugins/video/H.263-1998'
    make[2]: *** [all] Error 2
    make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/volker/Downloads/opal-3.10.9/plugins'
    make[1]: *** [subdirs] Error 2
    make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/volker/Downloads/opal-3.10.9'
    make: *** [opt] Error 2

    Is there a solution for this?

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    Re: compiling opal

    Well, opal should be there in the right version. Maybe you forgot to install the development package: libopal-dev which you will need when compiling something that uses opal?

    But I also tried to build ekiga (4.0.1) and configure complains that it cannot find gtk+:

    Code:
    configure: error: Package requirements (gtk+-2.0 >= 2.20.0 gnome-icon-theme >= 3.0.0) were not met
    When I look in the package list, I have gtk3 installed (libgtk-3-dev). libgtk-2 does not seem to be available. Anyone any idea how to solve that? I realld do not want to compile gtk2 on my system just for that...

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    Re: compiling opal

    Quote Originally Posted by cIdde View Post
    Well, opal should be there in the right version. Maybe you forgot to install the development package: libopal-dev which you will need when compiling something that uses opal?

    But I also tried to build ekiga (4.0.1) and configure complains that it cannot find gtk+:

    Code:
    configure: error: Package requirements (gtk+-2.0 >= 2.20.0 gnome-icon-theme >= 3.0.0) were not met
    When I look in the package list, I have gtk3 installed (libgtk-3-dev). libgtk-2 does not seem to be available. Anyone any idea how to solve that? I realld do not want to compile gtk2 on my system just for that...
    whether you can compile ekiga no clue, haven't tried in many releases. As far as gtk2 -

    libgtk2.0-dev

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    Re: compiling opal

    I am not such a big fan of this method but a shotgun approach is often to use:

    Code:
    sudo apt-get build-dep ekiga
    The shortcoming is that often this drags in some non-essential libraries, wrong versions etc, but on Ubuntu it often makes a good starting point...
    You think that's air you're breathing now?

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