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How to build mplayer for AP7000 (NGW100 and STK1000)

Download the mplayer-1.0rc1 source from:

wget http://www4.mplayerhq.hu/MPlayer/releases/MPlayer-1.0rc1.tar.bz2

Get the patch: MPlayer-1.0rc1-avr32.patch

Extract the source:

tar -xvf MPlayer-1.0rc1.tar.bz2

Patch the source:

patch -p0 < mplayer-1.0rc1-avr32.patch

cd MPlayer-1.0rc1

Choose one of these quick-start scripts to configure mplayer.

For mplayer with GUI (gmplayer), use this script. This requires X Windows and Gtk+-2. Currently the GUI does not display properly, but it works, if you can guess where the buttons are! (See the screenshot here) I hope to soon find a fix for it.

For command-line only mplayer, use this script.

Run make

Copy the mplayer executable to your board using the method of your choice.

* MPlayer-1.0rc1-avr32.patch: Patch for MPlayer 1.0rc1 on AVR32

* start-gui: Quick start script for mplayer with GUI

* start: Quick start script for command-line only mplayer

  File Size Date By Actions
else MPlayer-1.0rc1-avr32.patch
Patch for MPlayer 1.0rc1 on AVR32
213.6 K 2007-10-15 - 19:14 JohnVoltz props, move
else start
Quick start script for command-line only mplayer
0.6 K 2007-10-15 - 19:24 JohnVoltz props, move
else start-gui
Quick start script for mplayer with GUI
0.6 K 2007-10-15 - 19:22 JohnVoltz props, move
r3 - 2007-10-15 - 19:31:38 - JohnVoltz
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