[mythtv-users] Mythtv on Slackware 9.1 ??
steven.cruysberghs at pi.be
Fri Feb 27 05:08:09 EST 2004
Myth compiles just fine on a standard Slackware 9.1 installation.
You have to read the instructions in the /etc/rc.d/rc.mysql file for
instructions to get Mysql running...
E-mail me if you're intrested in precompiled CVS Slack packages for Myth
and it's dependencies.
On Fri, 2004-02-27 at 04:26, Paul K. wrote:
> Hello, I hope this doesn't duplicate...
> I'm trying to get Mythtv to run on my Slackware 9.1. I can't seem to
> get it right. I *think* I have all the requirments met, but seem to
> get hung on one compile or another. The furthest I've been was that I
> think I made it all the way through compiling myth and try to run
> setup and it complains it can't load the SQL driver. I figure it's
> because I didn't configure QT with the -qt-sql-mysql option. Didn't
> know about that before!
> Now, I have a fresh Slackware install. Removed both the MYSQL and
> the QT that comes with Slackware (mainly because of their install
> locations). I have mysql-standard-4.0.17-pc-linux-i686.tar.gz
> installed under /usr/local and is running per INSTALL file
> instructions. I then open up qt-x11-free-3.3.0b1.tar.bz2 under
> /usr/local. I feel I have my paths set right to the new location and
> have the old references removed from the slackware install. QT
> configure seems to go OK, but 'make' barfs after a little while.
> complaining something about the mysql.h file not found.
> Can anyone give me a hand as to what I need to do? I would
> appreciate it very much. Do I need to find the mysql-devel and
> qt-devel packages? I can't seem to find the tarballs, but I see some
> RPM's. Do I need the full source for mysql instead of the binary
> package? Any leads would be great.
> Thank you in advance!
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