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Hello all, I wish to install ffmpeg on Red Hat Fedora Core 7 - which rpm shall i download on this list? Also, anyone of links for tutorials and How Tos for the above Red Hat version?
And finally, what does it mean if i don't have "dag.repo" in my "/etc/Sorry if that was less than totally useful.
If u have the xinerpm just run rpm --requires -q xine.*rpm And see what packages it needs.
Download all those packages and install it and it should work fine. Hi zulfilee, I downloaded the xine-lib-1.1.7bz2 and extracted it to xine-lib-1.1.7 directory.
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You can put all the packages in one directory and install with a single rpm command. Then I executed the following commands ./configure make make install And it went smoothly without any errors.
Afterwards I have downloaded the following gui for xine.
But later I found out that FC7 does not support to play MP3 initially, and I downloaded the xmms and installed (with the mp3 pluggin). But I cannot play any movies though (Divx and Xvid).
This is what the link I gave should have instructions for (normally thay allow you to install an installer package that sets everything up).
To expand, RH produces the EL (Enterprise Linux) series which you have to pay for. It (RH) also backs the Fedora community and the SW, so it gets called RH Fedora.
You'll find it at freshrpms Just follow the instructions on the main page to install their repo, and just use Fedora's package manager to install ffmpeg (or use "yum install ffmpeg" as root)Because in your first post you said so?
Yes you can use yum, but you need the repository set up (in /etc/yum.repos.d).
This is where you find the MP3 plug-in and a ton of other packages.