On Wednesday, 14 November 2007 at 13:05, GMail kwizart wrote:
Here is a merge review for cinelerra:
Libtoolame, (same as mpeg2dec) cinelerra claims to use it own
I've swiched from static build to shared build. But I wonder if it could
use an external package for toolame... upstream toolame wasn't updated
since 2003 and I don't know if others projects are still using it for
mpeg2 audio encoding...
toolame is dead, try using twolame. Same API, different soname.
Raising kernel shmmax . The maximum shared memory value need to be
raised to run cinelerra... (if not raised, a warning is displayed and
cinelerra is unstable...). I've echoed this line in /etc/rc.local in
install and this will be removed on uninstall..
I'm not very pleased with this hack, but it work fine... If you have
another advice about how to deal with this...?
Add an appropriate line to /etc/sysctl.conf, i.e.
and run sysctl -p
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