I ran into an issue when I tried to install gstreamer0.10 on linaro-nano dist. After playing with the repositories (ubuntu precise), it is still trying to download the armhf version instead of armel. Installation was done successfully, but somehow the libgstticodecplugin.so file gets blacklisted by gstreamer. I suspect it happens becaue I compiled it with the default compiler (gnueabi), or I don't know what the problem is. gst-inspect didn't show any useful information.
Thanks for your help.
Accepted AnsweregavincOffline0Hello Biga,
We have available a linaro-nano 12.04 in our wiki page http://labs.isee.biz/index.php/How_to_get_the_Linaro_distribution, Can you try this version in order to validate the procedure that are you using?
Accepted Answer0Hi Eduard,
Thanks for your answer. I followed these instructions and it worked well. Maybe I am wrong with my assumption but nevertheless the GST-TI plugin gets always blacklisted by gstreamer. The only difference I found between between board binaries and plugin binary that the files on board was built with hardfp (armhf) support while the sdk compiler generates armel binaries. Could it be a problem? Is there anyway to compile the plugin with gnueabihf compiler/toolchain? Is it difficult to setup an environment?
Accepted Answer0Isn't there any way to compile them with "armhf"? I mean what if I try to replace the default compiler with arm-linux-gnueabihf and compile the whole IGEP DVSDK again? Will it build new TI Codecs? If it doesn't work, then which distro would you recommend to use which was compiled with armel options?