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Hi, I am trying to install streamripper (arm) to an nas machine, but arm didn't really required installation, so it was basically a file called streamripper in the directory: /mnt/sda1/streamripper ...
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    streamripper install arm


    Hi, I am trying to install streamripper (arm) to an nas machine, but arm didn't really required installation, so it was basically a file called streamripper in the directory:
    /mnt/sda1/streamripper

    the version im trying to get it to work is:
    streamripper_1.63.5-2_arm

    but there seems to be an error message that says could find the library, I tried to look for this file, it is in a mad package, but im not sure which one specifically to choose for and where "exactly" to put under:
    Code:
    sh-3.1# /mnt/sda1/streamripper start 
    /mnt/sda1/streamripper: error while loading shared libraries: 
    libmad.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
    the streamripper file is under
    /mnt/sda1/streamripper

    Thanks!!

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    Why wouldn't it require installation? What distro is the NAS running? What model NAS? Where did you get the streamripper package from?

    It's looking for libmad, which is an audio decoder library. This will need to be installed as well.

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