[FFmpeg-user] Where does ffmpeg oonfigure looking for libraries?
Carl Eugen Hoyos
cehoyos at ag.or.at
Fri Aug 1 15:43:29 CEST 2014
Hervé Pellan <rvp_lan-at-yahoo.fr <at> ffmpeg.org> writes:
> When I start "./configure", almost all options like
> "--enable-gnutls" "--enable-libass" "--enable-libx264"
> etc, failed with "error: <xxxx> not found".
> But all packages and libraries concerning these
> options are installed and present in the system:
Are your header files installed in /usr/include?
If yes, this indicates a broken toolchain, if
not it is really not the fault of FFmpeg.
> I've tried to refine generic options of configure like
> "--libdir=/usr/lib64" "--arch=x86_64", but it doesn't
> change anything...
Please remove them, they are not doing what
you think they do!
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