[gst-devel] Building gstreamer for ARM
rdowdall at cranksoftware.com
Mon Jun 14 20:40:27 CEST 2010
If anyone else is having issues with a glibc version dependency, if you
pass in --disable-gst-debug when configuring gstreamer, it removes the
requirement for the specific version of glibc that you are compiling
On 10-06-11 02:45 PM, Rodney Dowdall wrote:
> On 10-06-11 02:19 PM, David Schleef wrote:
>> On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 09:23:05AM -0400, Rodney Dowdall wrote:
>>> What dependency causes gstreamer to require a 2.10 version of glibc? I
>>> thought it might be the register_printf_* calls, but getting rid of
>>> those didn't seem to get rid of the dependency. I am trying to compile
>>> gstreamer for arm, and the board I have only has a 2.9 version of
>> You are mistaken. GStreamer does not require any particular
>> version of glibc. Any software compiled against glibc-2.10 headers
>> might require 2.10 at runtim, however.
> Cool. That's good to know. Is there a reason why the objdump for
> libgstreamer-0.10.so.0 would report that it requires GLIBC_2.10? The
> other libraries that I have built with the same compiler only list
> that it needs GLIBC_2.4.
> Attached is the objdump output.
> Does anyone know of hand if there anyway I can remove the 2.10
> dependency through a configure option, or a compiler flag? Or at
> least force it to a smaller version number that I specify?
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