(2015-04-15 01:37)bossanova808 Wrote: @cw-kid
Note those binaries you linked to in the other thread are not actually the main squeezelite downloads (which are found at the bottom of this page - https://code.google.com/p/squeezelite/), but special builds with statically linked libraries (that I asked Ralph Irving to prepare and he very kindly did - consider donating to him!). These static binaries are included with the latest xsqueeze, so you could have just copied them from there also. The problem is that these will not be updated as it would require Ralph to maintain a bunch of build environments he does not use. So we may be a bit stuck going forward...but for now all is working ok (both your way or with the integrated xsqueeze approach).
Oh I see, that's not so good then!
So the downloads found here on the Google Code page are still the official latest builds? Dated Jan 2014.
And these ones here are the special one off builds that include the statically linked libraries.
As of OpenElec 5.0.x my existing SqueezeLite setup stopped working. I guess the OpenElec developers removed the libraries required for MP3 playback with SqueezeLite. Not sure why this actually happened?
The only way to have SqueezeLite running under Linux OpenElec now (that I know of) is to use these new SqueezeLite builds with the statically linked libraries in them. I updated my old install guide here to reflect these changes.
Not sure what the solution will be moving forward in the future then..