Re: mpg123 for arm..
On Thu, Feb 15, 2001 at 02:24:04PM +0530, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I've been trying madplay for some days by now. But it doesnt works for
> me. I've the cross compiler. My configure options are as follows..
> ./configure --build=i386-linux --host=arm-linux --target=arm-linux
> --enable-fpm=arm --enable-aso
The --build, --host, and --target flags are only for compiling packages
that generate architecture specific code, like compilers. It's not
basically wrong what you're doing, but there is a simpler way to
achieve the same result:
./configure --enable-fpm-arm --enable-aso arm-linux
(tcsh style, doing this for bash is left as an excersise to the reader)
> And it compiles. When I try to run the application it fails with the
> following error mesg.
> output: sample frequency 44100 Hz not availlable;closest 41666 Hz
> output: cannot resample 44100 Hz to 41666 Hz
> And the program quits.
> Can sombody tell me how to fix this problem.
This was discussed on the linux-arm list a couple of days ago (the
"MP3s on RiscPCs" thread). Russell King explained that it was a
limitation of the sound hardware, I suggested a couple of ways to fix
it. If you aren't subscribed, here's a pointer to the thread in the
> I'm working with CLPS7500FE ARM processor evaluation board.
Different from the RiscPC, but apparently same limitations.
> > If you really want, I can even send you a precompiled binary for
> > madplay.
> I'll be happy If you could send me the binary so that I can make sure that
> it'll work in my board.
I don't think it is necessary. Your binary works, the problem is in the
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