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  1. #1

    mplayer installation


    i am using redhat el 5 ,i download mplayer and tryed to install using the command

    ./configure --enable-gui

    but there seen a error like
    Error: X11 support required for GUI compilation.


    in the log message details

    configuration: --enable-gui

    ============ Checking for cc version ============
    Result is: 4.1.1, ok
    ##########################################

    ============ Checking for host cc ============
    Result is: cc
    ##########################################

    ============ Checking for cross compilation ============

    int main() { return 0; }

    cc -o /tmp/mplayer-conf-27416-26018 /tmp/mplayer-conf-21086-26018.c


    Result is: no
    ##########################################

    ============ Checking for CPU vendor ============
    Result is: GenuineIntel (6:15:13)
    ##########################################
    "configure.log" 2581L, 107962C
    plese gave some solution

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    You can install mplayer from the DAG yum repo. Instructions on how to set up the repo are available on the site.

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