probably you found the .deb file for Hardy Haron on cinelerra.org.
But since this was not working for me right away i decided to write this Howto
for those users who want to install Cinelerra 2.1 CV from sources.
This tutorial is written for Hardy Heron 8.04 32-Bit.
I tested my tutorial on a fresh vigin installation of Hardy Heron
with no additional packages.
#1. Adding "Restricted Respositories"
Make sure "Universe" and "Multiverse" repositories" are included in your respositories .
#2. Get necessary packages
First become root:
This is a bunch of packages you will need to compile cinelerra:
(Hint: click four times to mark the whole line)
sudo aptitude install -y g++-4.2 subversion autoconf gettext libtool xlibs-static-dev libasound2-dev nasm liboggz1-dev libvorbis-dev libtheora-dev libopenexr-dev libdv4-dev libpng12-dev libtiff4-dev libx264-dev libmjpegtools-dev uuid-dev libfftw3-dev liba52-0.7.4-dev liblame-dev libsndfile1-dev libfaac-dev libfaad-dev libraw1394-dev libiec61883-dev libxxf86vm-dev xmorph libxv-dev quicktime-x11utils quicktime-utils libarts1-mpeglib
#3. Download the Source-Tree
first change directory to the /opt folder:
download the subversion files:
and change to the hvirtual directory:
svn checkout svn://svn.skolelinux.org/cinelerra/trunk/hvirtual
#4. Creating the configure file
Create the `./configure' file by running:
#5. Run configure
Then run the `.configure' file:
#6. Tweak a little
To avoid this error message
during the compiling process you have
ar: .libs/reconmmx.o: No such file or directory
make: *** [libmpeg3_video.la] Error 1
to type in the following commands:
This error has not been fixed since it was reported in
nasm -f elf reconmmx.s -o reconmmx.o
cp reconmmx.o .libs/
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#7. Compile the Binary file
#8. Install Cinelerra CV
#9. Run Cinelerra
Start Cinelerra as root: