Ralf Mardorf a écrit :
I tried to compile it. Here's what I did.
# I downloaded the source files in the same folder:
# I unarchived them:
tar -xzf r128gain-1.0-src.tar.gz
tar -xzf r128gain-1.0-tools.tar.gz
# I jumped into the resulting source folder:
# I start rebuilding the world (it's a llloong process):
# I tried to install it:
sudo make install
But it didn't work, complaining about a missing sox development
package. So I stopped. You're welcome to give it a try. There's
probably a way to compile r128gain without compiling all the required
libraries, in order to use the already installed system libraries.
As a casual user, the binaries works fine, although I had to
symlink the liblame library in the r128gain-tools folder (liblame is
probably missing for copyright issues); for now I believe it's the
easiest way to install r128gain, until official packages appears in
popular Linux based distributions.
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