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Old 23rd October 2008
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Hi!

I try to install KDE4 from ports (I did once before but I deinstall) and I have a problem with kdebse-runtime:

In file included from /usr/local/include/xine/input_plugin.h:34,
from /usr/local/include/xine/xine_internal.h:54,
from /usr/ports/x11/kdebase4-runtime/work/kdebase-runtime-4.1.1/phonon/xine/xinestream.cpp:43:
/usr/local/include/xine/buffer.h:679: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of '_x_is_fourcc' with no type
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/x11/kdebase4-runtime/work/kdebase-runtime-4.1.1/build.
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/x11/kdebase4-runtime/work/kdebase-runtime-4.1.1/build.
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/x11/kdebase4-runtime/work/kdebase-runtime-4.1.1/build.
*** Error code 1

Stop in /usr/ports/x11/kdebase4-runtime.

Thanks in advance.

P.S.

My system is FreeBSD 7.0
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The last libxine update broke KDE4. Looks like Martin Wilke already responded to you on kde-freebsd. You can follow his advice and watch the following thread: http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-fr...er/003997.html. There is an experimental patch in the thread here: http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-fr...er/004004.html. You can apply it to the libxine port. Or you can downgrade libxine despite the security vulnerability.

You could also try building KDE4 with the last version of libxine, then update libxine after KDE4 is installed.
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The last libxine update broke KDE4. Looks like Martin Wilke already responded to you on kde-freebsd. You can follow his advice and watch the following thread: http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-fr...er/003997.html. There is an experimental patch in the thread here: http://mail.kde.org/pipermail/kde-fr...er/004004.html. You can apply it to the libxine port. Or you can downgrade libxine despite the security vulnerability.

You could also try building KDE4 with the last version of libxine, then update libxine after KDE4 is installed.
I did apply a patch but it doesn't works. I have the same error. I didn't try tu downgrade yet.
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Ever since i quit compiling and using KDE (back in v3.5 or so)
I'm very happy user

I was compiling kde on gentoo, and it was like Russian Roulette - you never know if you will be able to successfully compile it
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I did apply a patch but it doesn't works. I have the same error. I didn't try tu downgrade yet.
Did you apply the patch to the audio/libxine port and then reinstall libxine?
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Ever since i quit compiling and using KDE (back in v3.5 or so)
I'm very happy user

I was compiling kde on gentoo, and it was like Russian Roulette - you never know if you will be able to successfully compile it
I don't think that is a very fair assessment. Discouraging someone from using KDE just because it doesn't work for you isn't very helpful either. To each his own. Personally, I love KDE and I think the FreeBSD KDE team does an excellent job keeping KDE functional on FreeBSD for what a large task it is.

Besides, this is libxine's problem, not KDE's. I have never had KDE directly fail to build for me and I have built just about every version in the ports tree starting with 3.1.4 (~5 years ago).
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Oh, I was just looking at Freshports and saw that libxine was updated to unbreak the KDE4 build.

lumiwa, try updating your ports tree again and reinstall libxine.
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Oh, I was just looking at Freshports and saw that libxine was updated to unbreak the KDE4 build.

lumiwa, try updating your ports tree again and reinstall libxine.
Thanks and it works now. KDE4 is installed. There are also problem with lybopensync022 and the new one which KDE4 need it. The 022 should be deinstalled and than installed new one. Are there any other solution to save this problem?
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Thanks and it works now. KDE4 is installed. There are also problem with lybopensync022 and the new one which KDE4 need it. The 022 should be deinstalled and than installed new one. Are there any other solution to save this problem?
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What exactly is the problem? I have KDE4 installed with libopensync 0.22_2.
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What exactly is the problem? I have KDE4 installed with libopensync 0.22_2.
Kdepim4 need libopensync 3 which is in /usr/ports/devel/libopensysnc and it couldn't install because i have libopensync 0.22_2 installed.
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I don't think that is a very fair assessment. Discouraging someone from using KDE just because it doesn't work for you isn't very helpful either. To each his own. Personally, I love KDE and I think the FreeBSD KDE team does an excellent job keeping KDE functional on FreeBSD for what a large task it is.

Besides, this is libxine's problem, not KDE's. I have never had KDE directly fail to build for me and I have built just about every version in the ports tree starting with 3.1.4 (~5 years ago).
well, i'm not saying that kde is bad....
In fact when i started using nix... it was 1st thing i was using....
KDE is great, especially for ppl who come from Windows....
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Kdepim4 need libopensync 3 which is in /usr/ports/devel/libopensysnc and it couldn't install because i have libopensync 0.22_2 installed.
Well, I didn't build kdepim4 with the KITCHENSYNC option.

Do you need kitchensync? If not, then disable it. If you do, read on.

See if anything requires libopensync-0.22:
$ pkg_info -Rx libopensync
If nothing depends on it, deinstall it. Then proceed to install kdepim4.

If there are dependencies, see if they can use the newer library.
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