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Date:      Wed, 29 Feb 2012 23:50:53 +1000
From:      Da Rock <freebsd-questions@herveybayaustralia.com.au>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: Help compiling ffmpeg from source
Message-ID:  <4F4E2D3D.3020905@herveybayaustralia.com.au>
In-Reply-To: <CABgB0xSi+gd_udfSFUckYtk31=HJjTVqJWv+NsRGcktdpLL+Kw@mail.gmail.com>
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On 02/29/12 23:48, Andy Wodfer wrote:
> I'm on FreeBSD 8.2 STABLE (AMD64).
>
> I need to install the latest ffmpeg 0.10, but it fails when compiling. I
> must admit I very rarely do it this way. Normally all software is installed
> from ports, but I couldn't find this version of ffmpeg there.
>
> Heres what I do:
>
> ./configure
> gmake
>
> and the problem looks like this:
>
> [snip]
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:26921: Error: `ff_h264_norm_shift(%r10d)' is not a
> valid 64 bit base/index expression
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:26923: Error: `ff_h264_mlps_state+128(%edi)' is not a
> valid 64 bit base/index expression
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:26931: Error: `-1(%r9d)' is not a valid 64 bit
> base/index expression
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:26936: Error: `ff_h264_norm_shift(%ecx)' is not a
> valid 64 bit base/index expression
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:27045: Error: `ff_h264_lps_range(%r9d,%r12d,2)' is not
> a valid 64 bit base/index expression
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:27055: Error: `ff_h264_norm_shift(%r12d)' is not a
> valid 64 bit base/index expression
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:27057: Error: `ff_h264_mlps_state+128(%r9d)' is not a
> valid 64 bit base/index expression
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:27065: Error: `-1(%r11d)' is not a valid 64 bit
> base/index expression
> /var/tmp//ccKzWhb0.s:27070: Error: `ff_h264_norm_shift(%ecx)' is not a
> valid 64 bit base/index expression
> gmake: *** [libavcodec/h264_cabac.o] Error 1
Thats right, I remember this one- really simple but will get you every 
time! You need a newer gcc version (probably 4.6 will get you out of 
trouble if I remember correctly).

The port already sets this, it will only bite when you're working solo.

HTH



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