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Installing dav1d (0.8.1-1) breaks dependency 'libdav1d.so=4-64' required by emby-server-beta


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I'm getting the below when I attempt to do a system update. Emby 4.6.010 beta. AcroLinuxD Plasma desktop.

 

error: failed to prepare transaction (could not satisfy dependencies)
:: installing dav1d (0.8.1-1) breaks dependency 'libdav1d.so=4-64' required by emby-se
rver-beta

embyserver.txt hardware_detection-63746740891.txt

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[alienprober@TheMothership ~]$ sudo pacman -Syu --ignore=dav1d
.:: Synchronizing package databases...
core is up to date
extra                 1652.4 KiB  10.8 MiB/s 00:00 [---------------------------] 100%
community                5.3 MiB  75.9 MiB/s 00:00 [---------------------------] 100%
multilib is up to date
arcolinux_repo is up to date
arcolinux_repo_3party is up to date
arcolinux_repo_xlarge is up to date
:: Starting full system upgrade...
warning: dav1d: ignoring package upgrade (0.7.1-1 => 0.8.1-1)
resolving dependencies...
warning: ignoring package dav1d-0.8.1-1
warning: cannot resolve "libdav1d.so=5-64", a dependency of "ffmpeg"
:: The following package cannot be upgraded due to unresolvable dependencies:
     ffmpeg

:: Do you want to skip the above package for this upgrade? [y/N] y
looking for conflicting packages...
there is nothing to do
[alienprober@TheMothership ~]$


 

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Luke

Hi, the beta arch Linux package is put together by a community contributor, so I'm afraid I don't have a solution for you at this time.

Perhaps at some point we may look at producing it ourselves down the line, but we're not there right now.

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@Luke do you think or know if I can just uninstall the beta and replace with the official version with little to no issues?  At this point If I have to resetup Emby that's fine, cause yesterday I removed EndeavourOS and it's boot partition, booted back into Arco without issue, did a couple more reboots without issue, did another and Grub was missing. Rather than reinstall Grub I just did a fresh install giving the entire drive over to Acro. At this point in Emby I only have TV Series setup, so having to reset it up wouldn't bother me. Thanks

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Found the fix.

 

Emby is built locally on your system, using the locally installed libx264 version. So to compile emby with libx264.so=160, ideally you should first update the x264 package (which is a hassle because of the dependency complaints).

What you should do is first temporarily remove the emby-server-beta package (pacman -R emby-server-beta), then update x264 (pacman -Syu), and finally install emby-server-beta again.

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5 hours ago, MediaMogal said:

Can you please ping him in the thread? Thanks

I'm digging through emails to try and remember who it is, but if i find it then yes I will.

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1 hour ago, MediaMogal said:

Found the fix.

 

Emby is built locally on your system, using the locally installed libx264 version. So to compile emby with libx264.so=160, ideally you should first update the x264 package (which is a hassle because of the dependency complaints).

What you should do is first temporarily remove the emby-server-beta package (pacman -R emby-server-beta), then update x264 (pacman -Syu), and finally install emby-server-beta again.

That's great to hear. Thanks for the info.

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I should add that when you go to reinstall the beta you need to use yay -S emby-server-beta. For some reason pacman -S emby-server-beta doesn't want to work. 

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4 hours ago, MediaMogal said:

I should add that when you go to reinstall the beta you need to use yay -S emby-server-beta. For some reason pacman -S emby-server-beta doesn't want to work. 

Thanks for the info.

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