iRiver ifp device integration
me at sebruiz.net
Fri Nov 17 11:25:07 UTC 2006
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On 17/11/06, Ljubomir Simin <ljubomir.simin at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Friday 17 November 2006 10:50, Peter Bittner wrote:
> > Ljubomir,
> > isn't libifp support build in into amaroK (as distributed via
> > Debian/Kubuntu)?
> > It's not that I'm afraid of compiling the source, but I would lose the
> > possibility to update the Kubuntu Desktop "the Debian way". :-(
> > There is a Debian package for libifp, and I think I even have it
> > installed. If amaroK can manage iFP devices without recompiling how do
> > I enable support?
> > BTW, I have found a BLOG article (by Seb Ruiz, November 20. 2005)
> > about iFP device support in amaroK:
> > - http://amarok.kde.org/blog/archives/70-ifp-its-in!.html
> > Is this what you get by - and only by - compiling the amaroK sources?
> > Peter
> Some of Amaroks features must be enabled compile-time, and media device
> plugins are one of those. So, to use ifp player in Amarok, you need
> ifp-enabled build. I use Kubuntu too, but I'm running self compiled svn
> version for so long that I really don't know if ifp support is built-it, or
> not. I also do not own ifp player anymore. However, the happy news are that
> you can use checkinstall (type "sudo checkinstall" instead of "sudo make
> install") to create .deb package for (K)Ubuntu (and probably other Debian
> based distros), and install/remove it via apt/dpkg.
> Good luck!
> Ljubomir Simin
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