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I just installed Ubuntu 12.10 on my new machine, and I'm trying to install Ushare from the source from the website. I would just install it through the terminal using 'sudo apt-get install ushare' but I am tweaking the mime.c file so that it'll stream mp4 files as video. Now, I had written a neat little script that did it all nice and neat for me on my Ubuntu 12.04 machine, but now when I run the 'make' command, it is giving me the message:

"error: ‘struct sockaddr_storage’ has no member named ‘s_addr’"

I appreciate any help!

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Got the same error with the sources of ushare-1.1a, anyone ever solved this? – JohnnyFromBF Mar 30 '13 at 9:29

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The problem is the version of libupnp. Make by libupnp-1.4.2.

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Could you provide more specific instructions, please? I have an older version of this app running on a box and this might be helpful to me as well. Thanks. – Kevin Bowen Jun 2 '13 at 10:41

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