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This script will help you build Popcorn Time beta 2 on Ubuntu Linux from the Github sources. It works flawlessly on Ubuntu 13.10 64bits, but should work with every maintained version and every architecture. To build and install Popcorn-Time from sources, you'll need nodejs and grunt. They can be used through npm. That's why you can't use the usual ...
You have to install the *-dev packages in order to compile something which uses/links against some library. I guess libgstreamer1.0-dev, libgstreamer-plugins-base1.0-dev,.. is missing. (Install it with sudo apt-get libgstreamer1.0-dev, ...) PS: You can check the version of some packages with apt-cache policy. Example: apt-cache policy libgstreamer1.0-dev
If you are installing an application and used ./configure without the --prefix= option the make install process will install the compiled files in to the predefined paths in your system's file system. Because you are installing to your system's file system you need special permissions for writing the files, try: sudo make install This will elevate your ...
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