Error 017 undefined symbol playerex

error 017 undefined symbol playerex

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Accept. The: Error 017 undefined symbol playerex

3dmax error code 126
OPERATIVING PROGRESS ERROR
Error 017 undefined symbol playerex
500 SERVER INTERNAL ERROR FIREFOX
> sprers.eu?(&sprers.eu?/1)
end

defp coordinate_strings(island) do
island
grep -i vpx
--enable-libvpx enable VP8 support via libvpx [no]


FakeOutdoorsman

August 5th,PM

I think madeinfamous is refering to the libvpx configure. Amirite? Da/nyet? Although it doesn't seem to make a difference for FFmpegunless I missed something. I don't use this encoder often myself. Perhaps a reason why --enable-vp8 needs to be included might clear things up.


madeinfamous

August 6th,error 017 undefined symbol playerex, PM

hi :)


@siva:~/ffmpeg/libvpx$ ./configure --enable-libvpx
Unknown option "--enable-libvpx".
See ./configure --help for available options.



--enable-vp8 VP8 codec support


ubuntu natty amd64

have a nice day!


FakeOutdoorsman

August 6th,PM

The --enable-libvpx configuration option is intended for FFmpeg, not libvpx:

If you follow this step, add --enable-libvpx to the FFmpeg ./configure line in step 5.


madeinfamous

August 7th,PM

@ FakeOutdoorsman

oh my bad, I am terribly ashamed! :oops:

probably due to fatigue :)

thank you for pointing this out!

have a nice week!


spielnicht

August 12th,PM

Thanks for the great guide.

Quick question, is RMVB fully supported by simply following this guide?? Only reason I ask is that I get an error when converting RMVB ("Unsupported Video Codec"). Funny thing, is that the conversion does go on and finishesbut only to discover that the audio and picture are slightly out of sync.

Thoughts???


FakeOutdoorsman

August 12th,PM

Please error 017 undefined symbol playerex your command and the complete terminal output. What players did you use? Does it play normally with ffplay?


MarioMey

August 13th,AM

Sorry if what I'm going to ask was discuss I can't read pages.

I compiled FFMPEG, there wasn't problems. I expected to have version of ffmpeg, but now I have Nge version What is this strange number?

It's ok, I don't care the number. But now, I would need the dependencies that are in this page: sprers.eu I thought they were to be compiled when compiling ffmpeg, but no. I downloaded some of them from the page, but there're some problems when trying to install them error 017 undefined symbol playerex problems I can't install them.

Should I compile all of them?

I need ffmpegbecause a branch of Blender requires it.
I need to compile ffmpeg, because I want to encode in x


shreepads

August 13th,AM

Hi

Is there a way of compiling the latest ffmpeg and x code but without installing it, so that it is run when needed from command line? Essentially not have to use sudo (other than to install necessary dependencies from the standard repositories).

I am a little worried about affecting other apps that I have installed as a result of doing this and having to deal with apt-get problems. I have done this before for mplayer (like this (sprers.eu?t=), to get VDPAU support) so I think there should be a way error 017 undefined symbol playerex doing this.

I'm using bit Lucid (desktop) latest from the standard repositories. Only additions outside the standard repos are PPAs for Handbrake and PiTiVi (gstreamer).

Thanks!
Shreepad


shreepads

August 13th,PM

Please ignore, found the solution here (sprers.eu)

Had a mix of different size video clips to merge in PiTiVi, which was making an absolute dog's breakfast while resizing. Looks great with ffmpeg!!


Hi

Is there a way of compiling the latest ffmpeg and x code but without installing it, so that it is run when needed from command line? Essentially not have to use sudo (other than to 49 service error hp 9050 necessary dependencies from the standard repositories).

I am a little worried about affecting other apps that I have installed as a result of doing this and having to deal with apt-get problems. I have done this before for mplayer (like this (sprers.eu?t=), to get VDPAU support) so I think there should be a way of doing this.

I'm using bit Lucid (desktop) latest from the standard repositories. Only additions outside the standard repos are PPAs for Handbrake and PiTiVi (gstreamer).

Thanks!
Shreepad


qyot27

August 13th,PM

Is there a way of compiling the latest ffmpeg and x code but without installing it, so that it is run when needed from command line? Essentially not have to use sudo (other than to install necessary dependencies from the standard repositories).

I am a little worried about affecting other apps that I have installed as a result of doing this and having to deal with apt-get problems. I have done this before for mplayer (like this (sprers.eu?t=), to get VDPAU support) so I think there should be a way of doing this.
Even though you solved it yourself, for anyone else reading this is the course of action/reasoning needed:

--prefix=$HOME/yourdirectory will cause 'make install' to install the desired package to the 'yourdirectory' directory in $HOME ($HOME, ~/, and /home/username all point to the same place). Because you are installing it to an area of the system that your user has control over, there's no need to use sudo.

If this needs to be linked against other projects that have been installed to $HOME/yourdirectory, you then must specify those with --extra-cflags and --extra-ldflags commands, or in some cases, with PKG_CONFIG_PATH or FFMPEG_CFLAGS or so on. It depends on the programs involved and what their build systems dictate.

Finally, when running those programs which are not on your PATH, you must use ./ (for example. /ffmpeg or ./x) when calling them, lest they fail to run.


ron

August 13th,PM

Hi
In post #1 way back at page 1.
What's the difference between the commands
Part Get the current source files, compile, and install x
and
Part This allows x to accept just about any input that FFmpeg
:confused:


andrew

August 14th,AM

If you follow section 7 you will be able to use many different formats as inputs for x from the commandline. Which is to say you can input many different containers and codecs, without this x is somewhat limited in the containers and formats it will deal with as inputs.

Totally unnecessary if you do not use x directly from the commandline. The option will show here:



[email protected]~$ x --help > win_check(opponent, state)
end

Regards, Bas

Thanks so much for the kind words. So glad you're enjoying the book!\n\nThanks for this report as well. :) ERROR

Also on page

defp guess_reply({:error, :action_out_of_sequence}, _opponent_board, _coordinate) do
{:error, :action_out_of_sequence}
end

matches on {:error, :action_out_of_sequence} but it should be just the atom :error.

or the error is earlier in the book on page where the catchall for

def player1_turn({:call, from}, _, _state_data) do
{:keep_state_and_data, {:reply, from, :error}}
end

is inconsistent with the catchall for

def player2_turn(_event, _caller_pid, state) do
{:reply, error 017 undefined symbol playerex, {:error, :action_out_of_sequence}, :player2_turn, state}
end

Regards, Bas

Thanks again! ERROR

The wrong file name is given when adding sprers.euce to error 017 undefined symbol playerex supervised children.

Correct file name:
Phoenix /lib/islands_sprers.eu
(or Phoenix /lib/islands_interface/sprers.eu)

The PDF incorrectly says the following:
Open up /lib/islands_sprers.eu
and add the presence module in the list of children.

children = [
supervisor(sprers.eunt, []),
supervisor(sprers.euce, []),
]

Thanks! 35TYPO

coord = get_coordinate(board, key))

exceeding closing parentheses

Thanks! ERROR

Hello,

I’m reading the part for calling IslandsEngine from the Phoenix controller :

def test(conn, %{“name” => name}) do
{:ok, _pid} = sprers.eu_link(name)

That part mismatch with the code juste below in the next paragraph :
{:ok, error 017 undefined symbol playerex, _pid} = sprers.eu_child(:game_supervisor, [name])

I think it will be fixed in the next release but I ubuntu systemerror installarchives failed the code for the chapter on supervisor from the code archive, and I needed to adapt this code to get a working solution. In the next examples in iex, we need the sprers.eupervisor code (in the code archive), setup correctly IslandEngine for calling the GameSupervice, and the code in phoenix should be :

def test(conn, %{“name” => name}) do
{:ok, _pid} = sprers.eu_child(:game_supervisor, [name])
conn
Anthony > state

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