[gst-devel] gstreamer-devel Digest, Vol 55, Issue 49
Shamun toha md
shamun.toha at gmail.com
Sun Dec 12 11:19:26 CET 2010
Thanks for the info. udpsrc cause ERROR: pipeline could not be constructed:
no element "udpsrc".
But this works in Gstreamer 0.10.29 but not in 0.10.20.
Thanks & Regards
> Message: 1
> Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2010 12:26:21 -0500
> From: Sean McNamara <smcnam at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [gst-devel] CentOS 64 bit, how to get latest version
> 0.10.31 ?
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> On Sat, Dec 11, 2010 at 10:01 AM, Shamun toha md <shamun.toha at gmail.com>
> > Hello,
> > I am not sure what is that mean, but i thought i should ask it in mailing
> > make sure. I used an example in fedora works, but tried in CentOS 5.4 it
> > does not work.
> If I understand you correctly, you're saying that a certain pipeline
> example or gstreamer application works in Fedora 12, but not in CentOS
> 5.4. That is a valid reason for wanting to upgrade your gstreamer
> version, though you might simply be missing a certain plugin, or
> hitting an easily fixable bug. Without specific details about what
> "does not work" in particular, we can't help you more than that. BTW,
> CentOS 6.0 does not exist yet, only RHEL 6.0...
> > Fedora???????? gstreamer.i686? 0.10.29-1.fc12 (working my test code)
> > CentOS 5.4? gstreamer-0.10.20-3.el5.x86_64.rpm? (does not work)
> > CentOS 6.0? gstreamer-0.10.26-1.el6.x86_64.rpm? (i am confused)
> I'm confused, too! You aren't explaining yourself very well. You seem
> to be grabbing random RPMs and trying them? For your info, it's
> probably better to use a package manager, such as yum. Getting RPMs
> off of pbone or other RPM finding services does not guarantee that the
> built binaries you install will be compatible with the rest of your
> stack (i.e. that package's dependencies).
> > How can i then test in CentOS, the latest Gstreamer releases ? Is there
> > guides or how tos to achieve that ? Or its impossible because CentOS 6.0
> > will sitll use the old version ?
> > I am little bit confused now, will it be possible to have the latest and
> > greatest ?
> With free software, it is always possible :) The real question is
> whether you are willing to work for the desired result. Since
> Gstreamer is in userspace, and its dependencies are pretty flexible,
> it should be "easy" to upgrade the version by compiling from source.
> Another possibility is that you could find a repository online that
> has updated binary packages, though I don't know where such a
> repository would be, and such a thing wouldn't be supported by the
> Gstreamer project maintainers. Nor would it be supported by CentOS
> project or Red Hat. Compiling from vanilla sources might lend you some
> unofficial advice/support here among interested gstreamer users,
> Gstreamer project itself used to distribute binaries for RHEL/CentOS,
> but it seems they haven't been updated since 2008; for example, see:
> http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/pkg/rhel/5/0.10/i386/gst/ (but DON'T
> install these; they are very old!)
> The short story is that yes, you can of course install the latest
> gstreamer and plugins from source, provided your system has the
> required dependencies (and the minimum versions), or provided that you
> compile the required dependencies yourself. This can take a lot of
> time, especially if you've never done it before, and special
> considerations are required if you plan to do this on many different
> computers, e.g. in an IT environment. In that case you may want to
> build your own RPM packages of it on a development box, and simply
> install them on each of the client computers.
> Your email does not really provide enough information for me to offer
> any further advice, but I hope this gets you started as to your
> > Thanks & Regards
> > Shamun
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