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    radio/hdradio/obdII testing in nghost

    I'm putting in some skin settings that should enable radio playback in nghost. It uses mplayer's "radio://[channel]" feature. If anyone has a radio that is linux compatible, would you mind testing this out?

    Also, the hdradio plugin needs more testing and tweaking. If you have one of those fancy visteon HDRadios, nGhost needs you!

    Last of all, I have only tested nGhost's OBD-II plugin in simulation. It needs to be tested on a real scan tool before release. If you have a OBD-II scantool, nGhost once again, needs you!

    If you don't have any of the above hardware and are looking for the excuse, here is your chance. Tell the wife that "nGhost needs you!".
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    I just so happen to have a Visteon HD tuner and a couple of different laptops running Xubuntu and Ubuntu and a of course the proper cables. I just need to know how to setup the HD plugin.

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    Thanks! You are a brave soul.

    All you need to do is compile with the --enable-hdradio flag.

    ./configure --enable-hdradio
    make
    make install

    if you don't feel like compiling from source, pm me and I'll build you a package.
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    Okay, I got the source libnghost and nghost via svn, but I'm stuck on dependencies. When compiling libnghost's ./configure I get stuck at this point:

    checking for glClearColor in -lGL... no
    configure: error: Missing GL library

    I'm running Ubuntu Intrepid 8.10 64-bit.

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    you are probably missing the opengl dev headers. I think it's libgl-mesa-dev or libgl-dev. something like that.

    you'll also need:

    libxml++2.6-dev
    libtag-dev
    libx11-dev ?
    libcurl3-gnutils-dev (search for libcurl)
    libboost-dev

    and probably a few more I'm not thinking of.
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    Still no joy, same issue as posted above. I have libgl1-mesa-dev and libglu1-mesa-dev installed. Could it be a lack of linking between libraries? Or simply the 64-bit platform I'm using?

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    can you pastebin your compilation process and provide a link in here.

    Quote Originally Posted by josborne79 View Post
    Okay, I got the source libnghost and nghost via svn, but I'm stuck on dependencies. When compiling libnghost's ./configure I get stuck at this point:

    checking for glClearColor in -lGL... no
    configure: error: Missing GL library

    I'm running Ubuntu Intrepid 8.10 64-bit.
    Isn't this related to opengl ???
    Do you have sdl-image sdl-ttf sdl-gfx development packages installed ?

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    Attached is the output from the ./configure process.

    To my knowledge, the command referenced is related to OpenGL. Yes, I have SDL and SDL GFX installed.

    I think I have all the other dependencies installed.
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    try installing freeglut. thats one of many things i automatically install on any machine i develop on.

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    Freeglut3 is already installed.

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