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RedPad
17th July 2007, 02:57 PM
I installed Streamtuner with no troubles, and have it working great with Audacious (like always), but I was unable to locate Streamripper, which is even more important for me, in the repositories. Should I just build it from source?

stevea
17th July 2007, 03:31 PM
The source streamripper-1.62.1.tar.gz is available here http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=6172&package_id=135478

Open this in the file-roller (archive manager) and extract "ALL" into /tmp.


cd /tmp/stream-ripper--1.62.1
./configure
ln -s ../libmad-0.15.1b lib/libmad-0.15.1b
make
make check
make install


The link command "ln -s ..." is to overcome an error in the strwamripper configure file.
The "make check" command is a test to validate the build. Look for this output:


All 48056 tests passed.
No memory leaks.
Peak memory consumption 118432 bytes (115.7 kB, 0.1 MB) in 169 blocks (average 701 bytes per block).
PASS: retest
==================
All 2 tests passed
==================

RedPad
17th July 2007, 03:36 PM
OK, thanks for that extra ln tip. What packages do I need to build from source? I installed the basic gcc package, as well as my kernel headers. I'm used to installing build-essential in Debian, and many other distros come with gcc, etc. included, so I only need to fetch the headers.

RedPad
17th July 2007, 04:28 PM
I followed your directions, including the link, but get back a bunch of errors during the make, the make check, and make install. I did see this output:

==================
All 2 tests passed
==================

during make check (not at the end, but rather in the middle), but make install still failed. The errors are too numerous to post, and I don't have them on hand, so what are some common mistakes that lead to compiling errors? What packages might I be missing?

daneel971
17th July 2007, 08:02 PM
I have handy a rpm for this - not up to date nor tested.
Wanna try? :D

RedPad
18th July 2007, 01:34 PM
I have handy a rpm for this - not up to date nor tested.
Wanna try? :D
I'll give it a go when I have a chance. Thanks!

leigh123linux
18th July 2007, 03:00 PM
I have handy a rpm for this - not up to date nor tested.
Wanna try? :D

here is a more up to date src.rpm

streamripper-1.61.27-1.fc6.src.rpm (http://media1.filewind.com/file.php?filepath=10834)

RedPad
18th July 2007, 08:50 PM
here is a more up to date src.rpm

streamripper-1.61.27-1.fc6.src.rpm (http://media1.filewind.com/file.php?filepath=10834)
What's the difference between the other poster's RPM and a source RPM? Besides how up-to-date it is.

daneel971
18th July 2007, 09:04 PM
the rpm I posted is a binary rpm - the one you usually install, ready for use; the rpm of Leight is a source rpm (srpm) - you have to rebuild it with "rpmbuild --rebuild" and then install it.