Compile crashes on Ubuntu 20.04.1LTS (ARM64/RPi4B)
First of all -- thanks for all the great work you've done with Audacious, it's by far my favorite player for Linux! :o)
As I was merrily compiling the latest GitHub version today (Sept 29.,2020), I noticed I had a problem while compiling the "audacious-plugins" git repo.
Distro is Ubuntu 20.04.1LTS (64-bit), aarch64/ARM64 on a Raspebrry Pi 4B. All my junk should be up to date.
Ran the normal
./configure (no flags),
make -j4 .
What I got as an error was:
/usr/bin/ld: plugin.plugin.o: in function `GlobalHotkeys::GlobalHotkeys::GlobalHotkeys()': /home/ubuntu/builds/audacious-plugins/src/qthotkey/plugin.cc:399: undefined reference to `GlobalHotkeys::GlobalHotkeys::info' /usr/bin/ld: /home/ubuntu/builds/audacious-plugins/src/qthotkey/plugin.cc:399: undefined reference to `GlobalHotkeys::GlobalHotkeys::info' collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status Failed to link qthotkey.so! make: *** [../../buildsys.mk:295: qthotkey.so] Error 1 make: *** [../../buildsys.mk:125: all] Error 2 make: *** [../buildsys.mk:135: qthotkey] Error 2 make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs.... Successfully compiled icecast-model.cc (plugin). Successfully compiled ihr-widget.cc (plugin). Successfully compiled ihr-model.cc (plugin). Successfully linked streamtuner.so. Leaving directory streamtuner. make: *** [../buildsys.mk:123: all] Error 2 make: *** [buildsys.mk:135: src] Error 2 make: *** [buildsys.mk:123: all] Error 2
I tried re-running and figuring out different things (the meson build also failed, so...) and eventually I just thought I'd
sudo make install it as a prank. Lo and behold, everything seems to be working just fine!(?) I'm now running the 4.1-devel version according to Audacity. Haven't noticed any stability issues yet, but then again I'm not using most of the plugins either, mostly just the VU's and so forth.
Let me know if you want me to probe deeper into the issue or if you need any further information (i.e.
./configure 's output, etc.)
#1 Updated by Frank Argberg 10 months ago
- The version affected is the latest (Sept. 29, 2020 18:00EEST) GitHub repo clone = 4.1-devel, NOT 4.0.4, and specifically the
- This happened upon compiling
audacious-plugins from source. Had no problems compiling
audacious itself from the other GitHub repo.
- Was still able to
sudo make install afterwards, and as for now: "What, me worry?"
#2 Updated by John Lindgren 10 months ago
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
- Status changed from New to Closed
- Affects version deleted (