[mythtv-users] FC 5, mythtv 0.19: libmythavcode-0.19.so.0: cannot restore segment prot after reloc: permission denied
robr_junk at dogcity.com
Wed Mar 22 20:51:04 UTC 2006
On Mar 22, 2006, at 12:00 PM, Warren wrote:
> Rob Reuss wrote:
>> After installing 0.19 on Fedora Core 5 using yum:
>> yum install mythtv-suite
>> I get the following error when attempting to run mythtvsetup:
>> mythtvsetup: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/lib/
>> libmythavcode-0.19.so.0: cannot restore segment prot after reloc:
>> Permission denied
>> Any suggestions? Saw another similar posting from someone who trying
>> to compile and the problem was diagnosed as related to trying to
>> build with QT 4. If this is my issue, please advise on how to setup
>> to use with QT 3 -- hope I don't have to revert to Fedora Core 4 to
>> do this!
>> Thanks in advance!
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>> mythtv-users at mythtv.org
> Maybe I don't get it here, but Fedora Core is an inherently
> unstable (in
> the debian sense of the word) platform to begin with - it is
> the testing platform for RHEL release candidates early in the process.
> To take an unstable platform and move to a major new release of it
> within the first week to run something you actually care about having
> work boggles my mind.
> If it is "this must work or I go back to FC4" then you shouldn't be up
> there to begin with. If it is "it would be great if this worked,
> but if
> not I am willing to take a few weeks and reconfigure and hack to help
> those trying to make it work" then FC5 is the right choice for you.
> I have a webcast to do next weekend. I use a FC4-loaded Dell 700m
> to do
> the live encoding. When I heard that FC5 was coming out this week my
> first thought was that I had to stay on FC4 until the webcast is done,
> then I have a few months until the next one so I can move up to FC5
> after the webcast and start testing everything and specend the time to
> make the things that are broken work again.
> If your choices are "get this to work now or move back" you probably
> should be running it on Centos instead of Fedora Core anyway. Don't
> experiment on something you need to be stable.
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Yeah, ok, thanks for the lecture on distributions and versions and
I went ahead and downloaded sources and get the following when I try
make, which again suggests this is a QT issue:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lqt-mt
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make: *** [libmythavcodec-0.19.so.0.19.0] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/root/mythtv/libs/libavcodec'
make: *** [sub-libavcodec] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/root/mythtv/libs'
make: *** [sub-libs] Error 2
If anyone has any actual specific advice on the issue, it would be
most appreciated -- I know others have accomplished this (e.g. http://
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