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irbadguyzs
19th October 2007, 11:45 AM
i already download one file which is gpac.....
it'is zipped using *.tar.gz...

my problem now...i dont know how to install this file...i already googling around n found lot of method to install it but no succes that i achive...

do any one know how to install this file...

thank in advance

Wayne
19th October 2007, 11:47 AM
i already download one file which is gpac.....
it'is zipped using *.tar.gz...

my problem now...i dont know how to install this file...i already googling around n found lot of method to install it but no succes that i achive...

do any one know how to install this file...

thank in advance

What's this? For a webcam? Don't bother with it and go here for an install script:

http://www.freewebs.com/dnmouse/index.htm

Also, RPMs are available on the atrpms site.

Wayne

irbadguyzs
19th October 2007, 12:10 PM
What's this? For a webcam? Don't bother with it and go here for an install script:

http://www.freewebs.com/dnmouse/index.htm

Also, RPMs are available on the atrpms site.

Wayne

i dont find it....there're know script for that...and not also in atrpms.....

by the way i want to use it when converting to mp4 extension...

do you know how to install it manually...it's *.tar.gz file

Wayne
19th October 2007, 12:15 PM
My mistake, the name is similar to a webcam driver :)

I've never heard of this project, sorry. Look at this link for conversion to MP4 posts:

http://www.fedoraforum.org/forum/search.php?searchid=4978619

Otherwise you're going to have to learn how to use a compiler.

Wayne

Tijgertim
19th October 2007, 12:29 PM
Put the file in an apart directory then open a terminal.
Go to that directory (cd /path/to/new/directory).
Run the command:
tar -zxvf gpac.tar.gz
What are the names of the files that are unpacked - is there possibly also one with an x in the permissions?

irbadguyzs
19th October 2007, 12:40 PM
Put the file in an apart directory then open a terminal.
Go to that directory (cd /path/to/new/directory).
Run the command:
tar -zxvf gpac.tar.gz
What are the names of the files that are unpacked - is there possibly also one with an x in the permissions?


okey...i already done that -- which is unpacked....so what next

by the way that both of you

Wayne
19th October 2007, 12:46 PM
okey...i already done that -- which is unpacked....so what next

by the way that both of you

There should be a 'Readme' or similar inside the file which will give you instructions for compiling. If you don't have a compiler installed you will have to go to 'Add/Remove Software' in your menu and install the development tools.

Wayne

Tijgertim
19th October 2007, 01:02 PM
If you post a list of the files here, then maybe we can figure out what you should do next.....

irbadguyzs
19th October 2007, 01:15 PM
There should be a 'Readme' or similar inside the file which will give you instructions for compiling. If you don't have a compiler installed you will have to go to 'Add/Remove Software' in your menu and install the development tools.

Wayne
Installing GPAC

Detailed instruction for Win32 MSVC Compilation are available in gpac/doc/INSTALL.w32

Detailed instruction for WinCE eVC Compilation are available in gpac/doc/INSTALL.wCE

Detailed instruction for GCC Compilation are available in gpac/doc/INSTALL.gcc

Detailed instruction for GCC cross-compilation for familiar+GPE systems are available in gpac/doc/INSTALL.gpe

Detailed instruction for GCCE/Symbian cross-compilation for Symbian v9.1 systems are available in gpac/doc/INSTALL.symbian


that is what i found....so which one should i use.....

Vasquez
19th October 2007, 03:25 PM
maby this can help?
http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/softinstall.html

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