Edit1: Sorry, I found by reading the Makefile that it was generated by 'qmake -o Makefile mandvd.pro'...
So I renamed my Makefile, relaunch that command, and it is now compiling. And google search make me learn that qmake is a QT related stuff. That is nice to know because I had:
paul@Arcturus ~/mandvd-2.6-1/debian $ dpkg -S /usr/bin/qmake
dpkg : /usr/bin/qmake introuvable.
Well, I was using mandvd without problem in Isadora.
But now in Julia, when I try to capture a screen from a movie, mandvd segfaults.
[11128.778049] mandvd: segfault at 0 ip 080c2e8e sp bfab2dd0 error 4 in mandvd[8048000+5f7000]
I thought I could try to use gdb to get a 'bt' (backtrace) but without the symbols, it looks quite useless.
So I decided to try to build it myself, see if I could have symbols and try to get a nice backtrace:
sudo apt-get build-dep mandvd
sudo apt-get source mandvd
There seems to be no configure in the directory.
INSTALL suggest to just run make.
paul@Arcturus ~ $ cd mandvd-2.6-1/
paul@Arcturus ~/mandvd-2.6-1 $ bash ./configure
bash: ./configure: No such file or directory
paul@Arcturus ~/mandvd-2.6-1 $ make
make: *** No rule to make target `/usr/lib64/qt-3.3/mkspecs/default/qmake.conf', needed by `Makefile'. Stop.
paul@Arcturus ~/mandvd-2.6-1 $
Well, when running it it describe itself as 2.6.1-beta, but the README suggest that 2.6.1 went out in May 2010.
Anyway... I am not that much used to building stuff... especially qt stuff.
I am running 32 bits system.
My /usr/lib64 directory only have libfakeroot.
In /usr/lib/ there is qt3 and qt4 ... among a lot of stuff. (not qt-3.3)
Any idea what is going wrong?