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Does anyone have a working rpm of mpv for rhel6 or CentOS6?
Would appreciate a download link.

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  • Yes, I downloaded mpv-0.2.4-4.fc20.src.rpm from rpmfusion, and:

    /usr/bin/yum-builddep -t –nogpgcheck -y mpv-0.2.4-4.fc20.src.rpm says:
    Error: No Package found for libquvi-devel

    and I tried mpv-0.3.11-1.fc20.src.rpm and for that, I get:
    /usr/bin/yum-builddep -t –nogpgcheck -y mpv-0.3.11-1.fc20.src.rpm

    Error: No Package found for libcdio-paranoia-devel

    plus I tried:
    /usr/bin/yum-builddep -t –nogpgcheck -y mpv-0.9.1-1.fc22.src.rpm

    Error: No Package found for compat-lua-devel

    3 strikes, and I’m out :) :)

  • Problem with the nux repo is that it really screws up dependencies for other packages that depend on slightly older versions and so I have enough headaches as it is :)

  • I had run yum update with nux enabled. It brought in updates that later on, when I tried to install some new packages, from CentOS updates, their deps were on packages older than what nux had brought in. So I deleted the the nux packages and and disabled nux.

  • Here is my latest attempt at building mpv error: Failed build dependencies:
    libcdio-paranoia-devel is needed by mpv-0.3.11-1.el6.x86_64
    libwayland-client-devel is needed by mpv-0.3.11-1.el6.x86_64
    libwayland-cursor-devel is needed by mpv-0.3.11-1.el6.x86_64
    libwayland-server-devel is needed by mpv-0.3.11-1.el6.x86_64
    libxkbcommon-devel is needed by mpv-0.3.11-1.el6.x86_64
    wayland-devel is needed by mpv-0.3.11-1.el6.x86_64

    I cannot find these on the CentOS repos, not even on nux-dextop

  • jd1008 wrote:
    *Bing*
    You need to start with a different source package… or else you need a configure that lets you choose display servers. Wayland *was* the ubuntu replacement, if I understand it correctly, for X. They’ve dropped it, too.

    mark

  • Well…. if you know of one that WILL compile on CentOS 6, without having to jump through the hoops, please – pass it on :)

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