> The fixes will have to wait for 3.5.13; why don't you open > new bugs for > both issues? > > For 3.5.12, --disable-lame will simply be required, as well > as the include > statement ln hack. I've seen much worse hacking in > Ubuntu as they try to > force an upstream package to work on their distribution. > ;-) Both issues > will be a priority for 3.5.13. Within my chroot environmnet I built both kaffeine 0.8.7 and 0.8.8 from the upstream tarball. That tended to indicate the problem is not with any installed packages. Tried building with no -j flag. FTBFS. Next tried --enable-closure. Kaffeine built. Well, well. That old ghost returns. Played an AVI video and MP3. I'll update the --enable-closure list in the wiki. I'll submit a bug report for the build warning messages. I'll submit a bug report for updating the version. Trinity is at 0.8.6. Last KDE3 release was 0.8.8, which I built without error in my chroot. Tested an AVI and MP3 in my virtual machine running Trinity was satisfactory. Oy!