Ubuntu Cinelerra Feisty 7.04 packages

Ubuntu Cinelerra CV Feisty 7.04 packages are in. The good thing about new Ubuntu is that I don’t need to build my custom mjpegtools anymore so one less thing to document in the README.

Quick instructions for impatient:

1. Make sure you have universe, multiverse and restricted repositories enabled
2. Add the following repository to your sources.list file, according to your CPU type:

– i686:
deb http://www.kiberpipa.org/~gandalf/ubuntu/feisty/cinelerra/i686/ ./
– athlonxp:
deb http://www.kiberpipa.org/~gandalf/ubuntu/feisty/cinelerra/athlonxp/ ./
– pentium4:
deb http://www.kiberpipa.org/~gandalf/ubuntu/feisty/cinelerra/pentium4/ ./

3. apt-get update ; apt-get install cinelerra

I am still without access to Ubuntu x86 workstation so please tell me if things break. I realized that these builds are 32-bit, I also plan to provide 64-bit builds in future. Also, if anyone sees the need for any other architecture optimized builds (Core2, PentiumM, ..) tell me, preferably with GCC optimization parameters.

44 thoughts on “Ubuntu Cinelerra Feisty 7.04 packages

  1. Hi. I’ve compiled a somewhat recent version of cinelerra for ppc (with altivec, no opengl), and I’ve just successfully updated to 7.04. Opengl is out of the question because only proprietary drivers provide version 2.1 instructions (though the newest version of mesa should fix this).

    Would you like me to give you the package for hosting? I would need some instructions, since I’ve only used checkinstall so far (which I realize doesn’t make a proper debian package). I can also go for the most recent svn if you like (mine package is from about a month ago I think).

    There are some ppc issues, most notably the uselessness of libdv on ppc (makes any dv show up pink and green), but it’s fine for other stuff (like hdv, if your proc can handle it). Anyway, let me know if I can help.

  2. >there was a typo in i686, were you getting 404 at this >line? I fixed it now.

    The README still is with the typo in i686.

    Thank’s.

  3. I can’t get it to work. I get this:

    antimoni@olkkari:~$ cinelerra
    Cinelerra 2.1CV (C) 2006 Heroine Virtual Ltd.
    Compiled on Sun Apr 15 00:09:28 UTC 2007

    Cinelerra is free software, covered by the GNU General Public License,
    and you are welcome to change it and/or distribute copies of it under
    certain conditions. There is absolutely no warranty for Cinelerra.
    Illegal instruction (core dumped)
    antimoni@olkkari:~$

  4. Getting this error when running cinelerra Ubuntu 7.04 + Pentium 4


    cinelerra: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libguicast.so.1: undefined symbol: glDeleteShader

  5. I`m also getting the same error with my athlon xp.

    cinelerra: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libguicast.so.1: undefined symbol: glDeleteShader

  6. About glDeleteShared:

    It looks like there is a problem with OpenGL part of cinelerra. Can you confirm that your opengl works (for example by running something that is 3d accelerated like glxgears)

    Adam: “soon”, I would love to give you a deadline but my school year is ending now and I have lots of things to do so I can’t give out any timelines.

  7. When I use the fglrx driver for my ATI card, Cinelerra bombs with an error message (libguicast). When I allow it to use OpenGL’s non-accelerated support, it runs fine. Hope this helps.

  8. Hi Sir!
    I’m also getting the same problem above (undefined symbol: glDeleteShader).
    I installed the AthlonXP version on Feisty and glxgears works correctly.

    Tnx!

    P.S.:
    I have an ATI X1650Pro, and I enabled the restricted drivers.

  9. Thank you for tip, mr. Richer.
    “When I allow it to use OpenGL’s non-accelerated support, it runs fine.”
    How do you do this?

    Jure: glxgears runs fine

    Harald

  10. I made a few configuration changes. First, I disabled the fglrx driver using the restricted drivers tool. Then, I reverted by /etc/X11/xorg.conf file to its original version and restarted X. Note: if you don’t revert the xorg.conf file before restarting X, then X won’t come back up, and you’ll have to login using a text-based interface and correct the configuration before using anything GUI.

    Jacques

  11. My guess is that it’s a problem/conflict/linking error between the accelerated portion of Cinelerra and the accelerated OpenGL driver. What I haven’t been able to determine (mostly due to lack of hardware – I don’t have an Nvidia card lying around at the moment) is whether it’s a general problem with the acceleration layer or it’s ATI driver specific.

    If I had to guess – I’d say that it’s probably ATI specific – but I would need to run a test to be sure.

    Jacques

  12. And I have an Athlon 2600+ with an Nvidia 6700GS. So it is an nvidia problem also!

    If I start it from a terminal it gives me this error:
    [Code]
    Cinelerra 2.1CV (C) 2006 Heroine Virtual Ltd.
    Compiled on Sun Apr 15 00:09:28 UTC 2007

    Cinelerra is free software, covered by the GNU General Public License,
    and you are welcome to change it and/or distribute copies of it under
    certain conditions. There is absolutely no warranty for Cinelerra.
    Illegal instruction (core dumped)
    [/core]

  13. I have a little problem, I’m running Cinelerra with feisty and beryl and when I click say on “File” the window that opens stays “tatooed” to my desktop on all of the faces of the cube. Same for the little yellow message boxes.

    Any idea how to stop that?
    THANKS

  14. Thanks for all feedback! when I deactivated with the resticted drivers tool. xorg.conf changed automaticly. I restarted and got the simular error as “sebastianp” Strange?

    Harald

  15. I was having the same problem with glDeleteShader but didn’t want to change my driver in xorg. You’re non-opengl update works great! Thanks!

  16. I just upgraded to the latest packages, and I am still having the same problem as Antti Immonen: Illegal instruction (core dumped). =( Any help? Thanks in advance

  17. Hi, i’m french so excuse my bad english (^^)

    thank you for published repositories but my laptop(Acer 3002) contain a AMD Sempron so i don’t know what to choose.

    please help me !
    thank you !

  18. I’m getting the same “Illegal instruction (core dumped)” error message as the other folks here. I’m on Feisty with i686 processor and an NVIDIA video card…

  19. I have another message when launching cinelerra: “florian@florian:~$ cinelerra
    cinelerra: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libquicktimehv-1.6.0.so.1: undefined symbol: faacDecClose”
    I can’t use the software with Feisty…

  20. I have another message when launching cinelerra: “florian@florian:~$ cinelerra
    cinelerra: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libquicktimehv-1.6.0.so.1: undefined symbol: faacDecClose”
    I can’t use the program with Feisty…

  21. upgraded and still have the same problem…

    “When I click say on “File” the window that opens stays “tatooed” to my desktop on all of the faces of the cube. Same for the little yellow message boxes.”

  22. Try the Cinelerra CVS mailing list and look into bugzilla if anyone else had the same problem.

    As I said in README, I can’t actually run these packages so it is almost impossible for me to fix anything if things are broken.

  23. I too am using Feisty and received the “Illegal instruction (core dumped)” error message. I downloaded the svn source for the community version (not the one on heroinewarrior.com) by running the command “svn checkout svn://svn.skolelinux.org/cinelerra/trunk/hvirtual“. About five hours later I got it to compile with every option and it runs fantastic. Better and faster than any one I used in the past. I had to install what seemed like 100 packages to meet the dependencies. If you want to go this route and you have never done it b4, it ain’t easy. On my AMD Athlon (not XP) CPU it runs about 20fps (6fps is about the best I got from the binary versions. 5 hours of my life is gone, but it was worth it.

  24. everytime i start cinelerra i get the following message:
    ++++++++++++++++++++++
    void MWindows::shm():Warning:/proc/sys/kernel/shmmax is 0xfffffff, which is too low.
    Before running Cinelerra do the following as root:
    echo “0xfffffff” > /proc/sys/kernel/shmmax
    ++++++++++++++++++++++

    do i have to do this everytime or can i avoid this in the future?

    roland

    ps: by the way thanx for the great work :-)

  25. Yeah, seriously, how about some AMD64 packages, already? You still have AthlonXP-optimized builds, but not Athlon64 ones… what gives?

  26. Jason: I’m currently finishing my degree so I don’t have a lot of free time already.

    Other thing is that I have no personal need for running Cinelerra and I even don’t have a computer to run it on, so work on these packages happens when nothing else needs my attention.

    But anyhow, thanks for asking..

  27. Everybody needn’t waste your time. As many of you have already noticed, this package doesn’t work anymore. Please follow comment #33, and compile your own package.

  28. Getting core dump as well. output of gdb cinelerra:
    >>>>>
    —Type to continue, or q to quit—
    (no debugging symbols found)
    Cinelerra 2.1CV (C) 2006 Heroine Virtual Ltd.
    Compiled on Tue Apr 24 13:30:34 UTC 2007

    Cinelerra is free software, covered by the GNU General Public License,
    and you are welcome to change it and/or distribute copies of it under
    certain conditions. There is absolutely no warranty for Cinelerra.
    [New Thread -1227625584 (LWP 13595)]
    (no debugging symbols found)
    (no debugging symbols found)
    (no debugging symbols found)
    [New Thread -1236808816 (LWP 13596)]

    Program received signal SIGILL, Illegal instruction.
    [Switching to Thread -1227008304 (LWP 13590)]
    0xb7a1efb4 in cmodel_init_yuv () from /usr/lib/libquicktimehv-1.6.0.so.1
    (gdb)
    >>>>>

    UBUNTu Feisty + Athlon 2200 + nvidia 5200 (proprietory driver) – no beryl

    I hope this narrows down the search

    -Bilal

  29. This looks like a bug in Cinelerra. The best thing you can do is to report it in a bug tracker in cvs.cinelerra.org

  30. hi!
    first of all congrats 4 your page.

    I’ve got
    cinelerra: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libguicast.so.1: undefined symbol: glDeleteShader

    for ubuntu 7.10. Is there a non-openGl version for 7.10?

    Thanks in advance!

  31. Valentina Messeri’s packages are not maintained by me. Please talk to her directly since I have no control over them.

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