Sorry, this entry is only available in ඇමෙරිකානු ඉංග්රීසි. Minitube – a native youtube client Tagged on: minitube youtube පසන් 2009 August 02 දෘෂ්ය ධාවක, බහුමාධ්ය 6 Comments
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Hello, I have 2 questions regarding this.
1.) I’m using Ubuntu, so is there a way to have this app on Ubuntu
2.) In my system, gstreamer is corrupted somehow and doesn’t work. So I use xine. Can I use xine for this program?
Even though I don’t have access to an Ubuntu box, these steps will help I think.
1. Install phonon (sudo aptitude install phonon) this will also pull qt4 if you don’t have it installed.
2. Run the binary available in the authors website
1. Install development tools and qt and phonon development libraries
(sudo aptitude install build-essential qt4-dev, phonon-dev)
2. Build and install minitube as usual (qmake, make, make install)
Xine and Gstreamer:
I think the phonon xine backend is also available in Ubuntu. (in fedora it’s called phonon-backend-xine)
I gotta try this.. 🙂
I cant get minitube. Im using Leonidas, it says that cannot find the package “minitube”. Do you know some manual way to get it?
The version in wellassa repo is for Leonidas x86_64.
You can get the binary from minitube website
Don’t forget to install qt4, phonon and gstreamer backend for phonon.
thanks for share your experiences, now i have a youtube native client on my Fedora 12. Good