industrai wrote:Maybe you need the build-essential package? sudo apt-get install build-essential
industrai wrote:wonder if you delete the mplayer dir and try it again if you get past it?
industrai wrote:i mean delete the whole mplayer directory first, then run the svn command to redownload the latest.... maybe when you were downloading it it was an incomplete snapshot of code.
Jaq23 wrote:This is a great tutorial. I'm an Ubuntu noob and managed to follow all the way through without opening 20 extra tabs to work out how to fix steps that didn't work along the way. So it was all going great until I opened Media Server and it can't find my PS3. It's turned on and media servers are enabled in the PS3 settings. I have no idea how to troubleshoot this apart from random Googling which is doing very little to help my situation.
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