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I have got some problems with my mplayer. So when I'm trying to start it, there is error like this: mplayer: error while loading shared libraries: libldap-2.3.so.0: cannot open shared ...
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    Problem with mplayer


    I have got some problems with my mplayer.
    So when I'm trying to start it, there is error like this:

    mplayer: error while loading shared libraries: libldap-2.3.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

    Ok. So I installed openldap-2.3.38, but there was another problem.
    root@..:~#./configure
    ...
    checking for db.h... yes
    checking for Berkeley DB major version... 3
    checking for Berkeley DB minor version... 3
    checking for Berkeley DB link (-ldb3)... no
    checking for Berkeley DB link (-ldb-3)... yes
    checking for Berkeley DB version match... yes
    checking for Berkeley DB thread support... yes
    checking Berkeley DB version for BDB/HDB backends... no
    configure: error: BDB/HDB: BerkeleyDB version incompatible


    Where should I look for BerkeleyDB? And which version of this I need?
    Maybe you know another way to solve it.
    Please help me, because I'm still learning about Linux.

    Regards from Poland

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    Hi zajka and welcome to the forum. How we set about solving the problem might depend a lot on what distro you are running.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper Dan View Post
    Hi zajka and welcome to the forum. How we set about solving the problem might depend a lot on what distro you are running.
    So It's Slackware

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    Then I presume Slackware 12.

    Unless this is just a dependency problem you are wanting to figure out, the mplayer packages from Linuxpackages work perfectly in Slackware 12.
    Link
    If you aren't running Slackware 12, mplayer for the other versions of Slackware are there too. In case you don't know, you'll also need the Mplayer codecs to get everything working...
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    Let me know how you come out.
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    Yes, yes, yes
    Now It's great, but...I still don't know how to play film with subtitles.
    Maybe it's easy to do that but I don't know

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