[kde-solaris] some problem on KDE on Solaris2.10 SunRayServerSoftware-3.1: TagLib
steleman at nyc.rr.com
Thu Jul 21 13:24:51 CEST 2005
Sorry about TagLib. It was supposed to be included in the multimedia
packages and it looks like i messed up and forgot to include it.
i just uploaded it (it's in the SPARC KDE directory, the package name
is KDEtagllib-131). This should fix the Juk and Amarok problems.
About running KDE under SunRay: i have not tested this at all -- i do
not have a SunRay test environment. So, many problems may exist in
that environment, which i am completely unaware of. Unfortunately, it
is very difficult for me to try to duplicate these problems, since i
don't have a SunRay ...
For the microphone problem, you may try starting KMix, and testing the
microphone through KMix. Does KMix identify the microphone ?
On Thursday 21 July 2005 09:17, Stanislav Lakhtin wrote:
> Hello, all.
> After installing KDE-3.4.1 compiled by Stefan Teleman (thanks for
> it for this), i find many big and small problems.
> 1. In process starting at times emerded some dialog or error
> window, but this window behind information panel in moment
> "Initiallizing peripherals". Necessary press "Enter", and loading
> continue. What is the window?
> 2. In working arts exists some
> problem. I see this problems on working sound subsystem on SunRay
> hardware. I cannot write any sound signal from microphone, becouse
> in sound subsystem no exists any "Input device". Level of
> micropfone in "Output Device" work correctly in this time. If i
> must set any environment variable?
> 3. In this distribuive no exists taglib(libtag-xxx.so) library. In
> this case juk and amarok not work. I try compilling this library by
> studio10, but i can't get this. Error in process compilation:
> "/opt/SUNWspro/prod/include/CC/Cstd/./map", line 251: Error:
> Multiple declaration for std::map<const TagLib::String,
> TagLib::APE::Item, std::less<const TagLib::String>,
> std::allocator<std::pair<const TagLib::String,
> TagLib::APE::Item>>>::insert(const std::pair<const TagLib::String,
> "../../taglib/toolkit/tmap.h", line 43: Where: While
> specializing "std::map<const TagLib::String, TagLib::APE::Item,
> std::less<const TagLib::String>, std::allocator<std::pair<const
> TagLib::String, TagLib::APE::Item>>>".
> "../../taglib/toolkit/tmap.h", line 43: Where: Specialized in
> TagLib::Map<const TagLib::String, TagLib::APE::Item>.
> "apetag.cpp", line 45: Where: Specialized in non-template code.
> Thanks all.
> Stanislav Lakhtin
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