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(12-17-2011, 05:10 AM)ilikenwf Wrote: [ -> ]@Timmy, Ezekiel000 provided me a way of doing it, I'm just not on a linux box...perhaps you could build a 32 bit version?

Ezekiel000 Wrote:I'm not sure how to cross-compile, I can create a package if I know how do do that.

As to how to package debs if you extract the deb file I created (I use file-roller) then you get a folder in the name of the package. Inside is DEBIAN which contain the control scripts and data and usr which is where the files will be when installed. So if you think of the top folder as root then anything other than the DEBIAN folder will be copied to root. Then once you make the changes necessary then run this on the folder: dpkg-deb -b foldername packagename.deb
If you have any questions please ask as I'm not always that good at explaining how I do things as I some time skip over things. Also I have no idea how to sign packages.

I don't have any script for doing this as I'm not that proficient in scripting or compiling.

Unfortunately I won't be able to help with a PPA as I have no experience there, I've just build and package things locally for myself up to now.

I replaced all the 64-bit pieces with 32-bit equivalents. I got it to work on Linux Mint 12. Here's the link if anyone wants to try it.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ngale-bi...b/download

(12-17-2011, 05:45 AM)Timmythepirate Wrote: [ -> ]I replaced all the 64-bit pieces with 32-bit equivalents. I got it to work on Linux Mint 12. Here's the link if anyone wants to try it.

http://sourceforge.net/projects/ngale-bi...b/download

Your file installed perfectly (thanks!) but thereafter all the old problems were still in place...delete library and continue still landed in a loop and the watch folder didn't update and import anything.

ammortiser: try opening a terminal and then do the following, followed by starting ngale (provided you still have the deb installed):

Code:
cd ~/
rm -rf ~/.nightingale2
nightingale

Let us know what happens then - also, please start nightingale from the console as shown above - that will output errors and debug information to the console so you can share it with us here.
Quote:Let us know what happens then - also, please start nightingale from the console as shown above - that will output errors and debug information to the console so you can share it with us here.
When I had this issue, there were no errors logged on the console. Just a few GTK warnings (about the same which Firefox throws all the time).
However, when the ~/.nightingale2 folder was created, the folder ~/.nightingale2/db was always empty. ammortiser, could check if the same happens for you?
(12-17-2011, 06:48 AM)ilikenwf Wrote: [ -> ]ammortiser: try opening a terminal and then do the following, followed by starting ngale (provided you still have the deb installed):

Code:
cd ~/
rm -rf ~/.nightingale2
nightingale

Let us know what happens then - also, please start nightingale from the console as shown above - that will output errors and debug information to the console so you can share it with us here.

OK

I have the following:

(nightingale-bin:13062): Gdk-WARNING **: gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large

ERROR: Caught a segmentation fault while loading plugin file:
/usr/lib/gstreamer-0.10/libgstladspa.so

Please either:
- remove it and restart.
- run with --gst-disable-segtrap and debug.

(nightingale-bin:13062): Gdk-WARNING **: gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large

The warning is repeated 10 times if that is of any use to you.

I then hit the same bugs as before but no further reports were shown in the console so I closed nightingale and reopened it with:

nightingale --gst-disable-segtrap and debug

This gave the following console report:

(nightingale-bin:13137): Gdk-WARNING **: gdk_window_set_icon_list: icons too large

The warning is repeated 10 times.

Might the seg fault be related to the following? :

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1154481
You need to remove the gstreamer ladspa package....then it should work...

I believe ladspa is a modem codec...it may be part of gstreamer-plugins-bad or whatever it's named in ubuntu...
(12-17-2011, 06:59 AM)Manko10 Wrote: [ -> ]When I had this issue, there were no errors logged on the console. Just a few GTK warnings (about the same which Firefox throws all the time).
However, when the ~/.nightingale2 folder was created, the folder ~/.nightingale2/db was always empty. ammortiser, could check if the same happens for you?

It isn't empty but instead contains 3 .db files

main@library.getnightingale.com.db
playbackhistory@getnightingale.com.db
web@library.getnightingale.com.db
That's good - it's just that codec. You need to remove it.
Try these, I compiled the 32bit version and added a few dependencies to both packages. Although when I tried both on the standard live cd without changes (so I guess a default install) they both worked without needing to install any extras.
AMD64: http://www.mediafire.com/?lu8uefl5f81ot8a [updated 18/12/11]
i386: http://www.mediafire.com/?meq9732hn5by35x [updated 18/12/11]
Quote:believe ladspa is a modem codec...it may be part of gstreamer-plugins-bad or whatever it's named in ubuntu...
That's what I found on Google as well. However, I don't have the lib file here, but gst-plugins-bad-0.10.22 is installed.
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