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    Red face

    still building QT! Its taking ages!!!!!

    Edit: Ok finally I've managed to get it working! nice way to spend a friday at work

    but....
    I'm getting this problem

    QSqlDatabase: QSQLITE driver not loaded
    QSqlDatabase: available drivers:
    QSqlDatabase: QSQLITE driver not loaded
    QSqlDatabase: available drivers:
    QSqlQuery::exec: database not open
    QSqlQuery::exec: database not open
    QSqlQuery::exec: database not open
    QSqlQuery::exec: database not open
    QSqlQuery::exec: database not open

    any ideas??? I think its got something to do with sqlite package.


    Further edit: ok SQLite did not install ok. just got back to Leicester, will fiddle with this for a bit see if I can resolve. Just seen Cybers post!

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    GREAT!

    got it working

    I had to copy your libqsqlite.so file to

    /usr/lib/qt/3/plugins/sqldrivers

    from 1st impressions im happy with it!
    Its down!!!! Sold the Golf so took it out, it's still alive but not installed.

    Progress [-----------] 0%
    Who the Daddy Iz!

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    Daedalus_Z and M11VNY,

    I'm glad you got headunit compiled and working. There are a few bugs with playback that shouldn't be too hard to fix. If you do end up making changes to the code, please send me your changes so I can incorporate them into CVS. If you end up making a lot of changes, then I can give you access to the repository so you can check in your changes directly.

    Sorry about the poor internal documentation... I'll try to add some more comments when I get a chance...
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    hehehe ok, Dont worry about the lack of comments / doco, the sign of a true coder if the complete lack of anything that helps other's understand his code

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    Hi im new to linux and not sure how to compile headunit.
    How do i include the stuff in the configure script, do i need to do that before i compile QT, etc

    Im using Gentoo and used emerge to install QT, etc. IS that ok?

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    Try this:
    Code:
    USE="sqlite" emerge qt
    USE="sdl" emerge xine-lib
    emerge sqlite
    emerge id3lib
    tar zxvf headunit-0.3-src.tar.gz
    cd headunit-0.3
    qmake
    make
    If that doesn't work, you may have to manually compile the qt source yourself. To do that, just untar the qt sources into a temporary directory (if you emerged qt before then you should already have the source file at /usr/portage/distfiles/qt-3.3.xxx.tar.gz). Go into the temp directory then run the "./configure ..." command with the options specified in the headunit INSTALL.unix file. Then run "make". That should install qt properly. Then try making headunit again: "qmake", followed by "make"
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    Question

    Hello, I've tried to compile Headunit on a FC2 machine but I'm stuck with this problem:
    Code:
    DBHandler.cpp:317: Warnung: comparison between signed and unsigned integer
       expressions
    g++ -c -pipe -Wall -W -O2 -march=i386 -mcpu=i686  -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT -DQT_NO_DEBUG -I/usr/lib/qt-3.3/mkspecs/default -I. -I. -I/usr/lib/qt-3.3/include -o Tag.o Tag.cpp
    g++ -c -pipe -Wall -W -O2 -march=i386 -mcpu=i686  -DQT_THREAD_SUPPORT -DQT_NO_DEBUG -I/usr/lib/qt-3.3/mkspecs/default -I. -I. -I/usr/lib/qt-3.3/include -o XineMediaPlayer.o XineMediaPlayer.cpp
    In Datei, eingefügt von XineMediaPlayer.cpp:12:
    qxinewidget.h:60:18: xine.h: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden
    In file included from XineMediaPlayer.cpp:12:
    qxinewidget.h:112: error: ISO C++ forbids declaration of `xine_t' with no type
    qxinewidget.h:112: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:127: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:129: error: semicolon missing after declaration of `QXineWidget'
    qxinewidget.h: In member function `QString QXineWidget::GetCurrentTitle() const
       ':
    qxinewidget.h:98: error: `currentTitle' undeclared (first use this function)
    qxinewidget.h:98: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once for
       each function it appears in.)
    qxinewidget.h: At global scope:
    qxinewidget.h:129: error: two or more data types in declaration of `
       SaveXineConfig'
    qxinewidget.h:129: error: invalid return type for function `QXineWidget
       SaveXineConfig()'
    qxinewidget.h:129: error:   because the following virtual functions are
       abstract:
    /usr/lib/qt-3.3/include/qthread.h:109: error:   virtual void QThread::run()
    qxinewidget.h: In function `const QString& GetXineMessage()':
    qxinewidget.h:131: error: `xineMessage' undeclared (first use this function)
    qxinewidget.h: At global scope:
    qxinewidget.h:136: error: Syntaxfehler before `protected'
    qxinewidget.h:157: error: Syntaxfehler before `public'
    qxinewidget.h: In function `void slotSetMetaString(const QString&)':
    qxinewidget.h:159: error: `metaString' undeclared (first use this function)
    qxinewidget.h: At global scope:
    qxinewidget.h:162: error: virtual outside class declaration
    qxinewidget.h:163: error: virtual outside class declaration
    qxinewidget.h:214: error: Syntaxfehler before `private'
    qxinewidget.h:220: error: Syntaxfehler before `protected'
    qxinewidget.h:222: error: virtual outside class declaration
    qxinewidget.h:223: error: virtual outside class declaration
    qxinewidget.h:224: error: virtual outside class declaration
    qxinewidget.h:227: error: type specifier omitted for parameter `
       xine_cfg_entry_t'
    qxinewidget.h:227: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:228: error: type specifier omitted for parameter `
       xine_cfg_entry_t'
    qxinewidget.h:228: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:242: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:246: error: Syntaxfehler before `protected'
    qxinewidget.h:248: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:249: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:250: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:254: error: Syntaxfehler before `private'
    qxinewidget.h:269: error: `QString xineMessage' used prior to declaration
    qxinewidget.h:282: error: 'x11_visual_t' is used as a type, but is not defined
       as a type.
    qxinewidget.h:283: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:285: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:286: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:287: error: Syntaxfehler before `*' token
    qxinewidget.h:303: error: `QString currentTitle' used prior to declaration
    qxinewidget.h:309: error: `QString metaString' used prior to declaration
    qxinewidget.h:326: error: Syntaxfehler before `}' token
    XineMediaPlayer.cpp: In constructor `MediaPlayer::MediaPlayer(QWidget*)':
    XineMediaPlayer.cpp:22: error: cannot allocate an object of type `QXineWidget'
    XineMediaPlayer.cpp:22: error:   since type `QXineWidget' has abstract virtual
       functions
    XineMediaPlayer.cpp: In member function `bool MediaPlayer::setPosition(long
       int)':
    ...
    And so on.
    I've got absolutely no clue, what the problem is
    I had id3lib installed but it apparently wasn't the right one, because I had the same error messages like someone already reported in the thread. Then I installed a self-compiled version and now I get those error messages.

    Anyone some ideas?

    I'm really glad, that there's a Linux version of MediaCar, because a friend of mine build a CarPC in his car, but he runs Windows and MediaCar and that's an absolut NONO for me, also at home
    So

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    can you tell me the exact commands you typed to build headunit?

    also, can you translate this to english:

    "In Datei, eingefügt von XineMediaPlayer.cpp:12:
    qxinewidget.h:60:18: xine.h: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden"

    P.S. In case some of you are wondering, there haven't been any recent updates to the code. All I have time for these days is to provide a bit of support for people trying to get headunit running. Maybe this summer I will have more time...
    1994 RX-7, EPIA P4-ITX w/ Celeron 2.4 Ghz, Arise PSU, Xenarc 700TSV (new model)

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    I just used, as said in the "INSTALL" file, "qmake" and after that "make".
    It sais: "Inserted in file of XineMediaPlayer.cpp:12
    qxinewidget.h:60:18: xine.h: File or directory not found"
    Here's the last 3 to 4 lines before the prompt in the shell:
    Code:
    qxinewidget.h:236: Warnung: `void DestSizeCallback(void*, int, int, double,
       int*, int*, double*)' declared `static' but never defined
    qxinewidget.h:240: Warnung: `void FrameOutputCallback(void*, int, int, double,
       int*, int*, int*, int*, double*, int*, int*)' declared `static' but never
       defined
    qxinewidget.h:242: Warnung: `void XineEventListener(...)' declared `static' but
       never defined
    make: *** [XineMediaPlayer.o] Error/Failure 1
    I translated the "Error/Failure" output directly, but I don't know what would be the exact word there in english.

    Actually I didn't wonder because I didn't notice, but I absolutely understand it, when your too busy from college to continue what you would like to continue The support is already a big help in cases like this with numerous of crazy warnings or errorrs

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    Any new releases scheduled for this, I am very interested in this as, I believe a linux option at this point seems to me a better way to proceed?

    Thanks, and great work so far.
    Rick

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