[mythtv-users] Playing iTunes/AAC files in MythMusic
peter.mythtv at home.nl
Thu Jun 10 14:01:47 EDT 2004
At 19:30 10-6-2004, you wrote:
>On Thu, 2004-06-10 at 12:48, Peter wrote:
> > I made the step to try installing mfd. However I can't get past the step
> > qmake, it returns "command not found". What am I doing wrong??
> qmake is part of Qt. You probably need to install a package/rpm/etc.
>that include Qt-development.
> Also, I should have pointed out before that mfd almost always needs
>libmyth (from core mythtv) that is CVS current. So ... you may want to
>be patient and wait another month or two until there's a release that
>includes mfd. If, on the other hand, you're still feeling up to it,
>current Myth CVS is quite stable.
> > Is installing mfd from cvs enough to get the aac files playing? Or do I
> > have to install mfe too?
> Mfd is enough to play myth content in iTunes (although you need
>libopendaap installed as per the README).
> If you want to play iTunes content on your myth box, then you'll need
>mfe (and the faad library as per mfd README).
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Sorry bout the stupid qmake question, already found that myself.
I really want to get it running... So I keep on trying. When compiling I
get errors, probably because libmyth isn 't installed. Is it ok to just
install libmyth or do I have to install cvs mythtv also?
When I want to install cvs mythtv do I have to remove my rpm installed mythtv?
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