Yum / FFmpeg / SVN Client Installation Script

linux-image

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Dependencies:

dialog

Download: http://scriptmantra.info/scripts/ffmpeg_installer.sh

Details:

All FFmpeg packages are installed from source except codecs. The main dependency for installing ffmpeg is: yum

Ffmpeg installation will only work on redhat and suse (requires yum) distributions. FFmpeg installation will work in cpanel and plesk servers.

How to run:

Wget the above script to /usr/src folder inside your server and run as root:

sh ffmpeg_installer.sh

The menu that shows up is simple and guess you will be able to take it up from here.

The Future:
1. Include option to configure installation setup.
2. Include more installations.
3. Control panel compatibility.
4. DirectAdmin compatibility.

For Support, Please Open a ticket at : https://ticketforge.com/911/index.php

Current Status: Tested on 23 servers including dedicated servers and Virtuozzo servers running cPanel as well as Plesk.
 
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linux-image

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linux-image

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We have identified 2 bugs with faad on CentOs5. Thanks to the help and support of all our well-wishers.

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Error "*** missing separator. Stop."

and

"ERROR: static declaration of 'mp4ff_track_add' follows non-static declaration"
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This was fixed for centos4 already. However, we are releasing a new one for Centos-5 with the fix applied.

You can download the patched script for CentOs-5
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http://scriptmantra.info/scripts/ffmpeg_installer_centos5.sh
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This link is temporary and will be removed when we find a general fix for this.

Let us know if you face any further issue.
 

Bailey

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Great idea, but your script doesn't run:

[[email protected] src]# wget http://scriptmantra.info/scripts/ffmpeg_installer.sh
--01:58:16-- http://scriptmantra.info/scripts/ffmpeg_installer.sh
=> `ffmpeg_installer.sh'
Resolving scriptmantra.info... 72.232.109.82
Connecting to scriptmantra.info|72.232.109.82|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 33,476 (33K) [application/x-sh]

100%[==========================================>] 33,476 --.--K/s

01:58:16 (476.94 KB/s) - `ffmpeg_installer.sh' saved [33476/33476]

[[email protected] src]# sh ./ffmpeg_installer.sh
./ffmpeg_installer.sh: ./ffmpeg_installer.sh: cannot execute binary file
This is on CENTOS Enterprise 4.6 i686

:(

Bailey
 

cPanelKenneth

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Code:
c4xen ~ # wget http://scriptmantra.info/scripts/ffmpeg_installer.sh
--08:58:08--  http://scriptmantra.info/scripts/ffmpeg_installer.sh
           => `ffmpeg_installer.sh'
Resolving scriptmantra.info... 72.232.109.82
Connecting to scriptmantra.info|72.232.109.82|:80... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 200 OK
Length: 33,476 (33K) [application/x-sh]

100%[====================================>] 33,476        --.--K/s             

08:58:08 (221.53 KB/s) - `ffmpeg_installer.sh' saved [33476/33476]

c4xen ~ # file ffmpeg_installer.sh 
ffmpeg_installer.sh: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.2.5, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), stripped
c4xen ~ # ./ffmpeg_installer.sh 
\e[1;31mDialog not installed. Please install dialog to continue\e[0m
c4xen ~ # sh ffmpeg_installer.sh 
ffmpeg_installer.sh: ffmpeg_installer.sh: cannot execute binary file
It's actually a binary, so make certain it is marked executable. Also, you will need to install its dependencies, such as dialog, which is listed in the initial post.
 

GreatGator

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It's actually a binary, so make certain it is marked executable. Also, you will need to install its dependencies, such as dialog, which is listed in the initial post.


Just how do you install the dialog dependencies in cpanel ?