[PlanetCCRMA] Is a newer liblrdf possibly available for FC2?

Mark Knecht Mark Knecht <markknecht@gmail.com>
Tue Jan 25 15:32:01 2005

Thanks. I appreciate that you'll look at it. Hopefully it will be easy to do.

I'm not sure Aqualung is quite worth your efforts supporting yet. It's
a bit nicer than alsaplayer but essentially in the same space. Maybe
you'll add that one of these days.

The project here right now is my wife's new 160GB drive needed to get
filled up a bit so we've ripped about 150 CDs and have maybe 200 more
to go. That said she's looking for a simple player that supports
playing complete direcotries of ogg files easily, mp3 if possible, and
easy generation of custom playlists. The goal is to have the whole
collection online and pumped into the big stereo.

Thanks for your help,

On 25 Jan 2005 14:54:21 -0800, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano
<nando@ccrma.stanford.edu> wrote:
> On Tue, 2005-01-25 at 14:17, Mark Knecht wrote:
> >    FC3 seems updated (via Synaptic) to a newer version of liblrdf than
> > I'm able to get my FC2 machine to. Is it possible to get 0.4.x for FC2
> > one of these days? It's needed to build Aqualung.
> >
> > (There may be a couple more of these also...)
> >
> > FC3:
> >
> > [mark@dragonfly ~]$ rpm -qa | grep lrdf
> > liblrdf-0.4.0-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > liblrdf-devel-0.4.0-1.rhfc3.ccrma
> > [mark@dragonfly ~]$
> >
> > FC2:
> >
> > [mark@Godzilla mark]$ rpm -qa | grep lrdf
> > liblrdf-devel-0.3.7-1.rhfc2.ccrma
> > liblrdf-0.3.7-1.rhfc2.ccrma
> > [mark@Godzilla mark]$
> I'll rebuild asap, I don't remember if this update breaks dependencies,
> if not it is easy (ie: I don't have to rebuild other stuff to match). I
> have a ton of updates I need to propagate down from fc3 to <= fc2, as
> well as stuff I still need to build on fc3...
> -- Fernando