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    dependencies

    Im sry if this has already been posted before, I've spent the last hour and a half installing dependencies for http://home.gna.org/subtitleeditor/ and I'm nowhere near having them all installed. I urgently need to get this working for an assignment that's due this thursday and I need to get some sleep as well so I don't have much time for searching.
    Each dependency keeps leading on to more dependencies. My question is, how am I supposed to get them all installed?
    I'm also getting
    checking for GSTREAMER... no
    ***
    *** Error! you need to have :
    *** gstreamer-0.10
    *** gstreamer-base-0.10
    *** gstreamer-plugins-base-0.10
    ***
    and I already have gstreamer installed

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    Re: dependencies

    you may need the gstreamer-dev packages

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    Re: dependencies

    Actually, subtitleeditor is included in the universe repository on at least Ubuntu 7.10 and above. You should be able to install it using:

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install subtitleeditor
    If you are building it manually because you need a more up to date version, should be able to install all the things you need to build it with:

    Code:
    sudo apt-get build-dep subtitleeditor

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    Re: dependencies

    The above worked. It installed without any errors but it won't open and I just lost my sound.

    geocities.com/file_storage00/Screenshot.png

    When I try to run it, it shows up for a second on the bottom panel but then just disappears without any error messages.

    edit:
    nvm, the sound works, it's just the volume control
    I still can't get the subtitleeditor to run though

    edit 2:
    If i want to run it through the termin, do I type in "subtitleeditor"?

    howard@howard-desktop:~$ subtitleeditor
    subtitleeditor: /home/howard/mono-1.9/lib/libpng12.so.0: no version information available (required by /usr/lib/libcairo.so.2)
    subtitleeditor: symbol lookup error: subtitleeditor: undefined symbol: _ZN7pcrecpp6no_argE
    Last edited by h_howee; April 22nd, 2008 at 09:58 PM.

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    Re: dependencies

    In the end did you install it by building your own version or installing via "apt-get install"? Either way, if you could open a terminal and run "subtitleeditor" and post the output, that would be useful in figuring out why it isn't starting.

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    Re: dependencies

    I did it with sudo apt-get install

    I just tried running through the terminal a minute ago, I edited my last post and put the error message there, but either way, here it is again...

    subtitleeditor: /home/howard/mono-1.9/lib/libpng12.so.0: no version information available (required by /usr/lib/libcairo.so.2)
    subtitleeditor: symbol lookup error: subtitleeditor: undefined symbol: _ZN7pcrecpp6no_argE

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    Re: dependencies

    Did you custom compile and locally install a version of mono? You could try doing this in a terminal and then try to start subtitleeditor again:

    Code:
    mv ~/mono-1.9 ~/mono-1.9.bak

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    Re: dependencies

    Quote Originally Posted by h_howee View Post
    Im sry if this has already been posted before, I've spent the last hour and a half installing dependencies for http://home.gna.org/subtitleeditor/ and I'm nowhere near having them all installed. I urgently need to get this working for an assignment that's due this thursday and I need to get some sleep as well so I don't have much time for searching.
    Each dependency keeps leading on to more dependencies. My question is, how am I supposed to get them all installed?
    I'm also getting

    and I already have gstreamer installed
    Yes that program is included in the repositories.

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install subtitleeditor
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    Re: dependencies

    That fixed the first error

    subtitleeditor: symbol lookup error: subtitleeditor: undefined symbol: _ZN7pcrecpp6no_argE
    I fixed the second error by downgrading to pcre 7.5

    I can open subtitleeditor but I can't load a video from it...

    Failed to create a GStreamer 'decodebin'

    Please check your GStreamer installation

    edit:
    Fixed by installing gst-plugins-base-0.10.19 from source...

    now I'm getting
    A AVI demuxer plugin is required to play this stream, but not installed.
    Last edited by h_howee; April 23rd, 2008 at 02:29 AM.

  10. #10
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    Re: dependencies

    I'm just trying random things now...

    When installing gst-plugins-0.8.12 from source, I get "error: no GStreamer found"


    edit:
    ME == MAD
    it took less than an hour to set up a subtitle editor on windows xp and that would have been about 2 minutes if I had known from the start that the file I was trying to open was corrupt.
    Last edited by h_howee; April 23rd, 2008 at 09:31 PM.

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