Commit 76ca7e17 authored by Cyril Deguet's avatar Cyril Deguet

* ALL: prepared everything for releasing vls 0.3.3

parent 03b5955e
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# ChangeLog for vls #
Mon, 13 May 2002 02:26:08 +0200
* README.win32, doc/vls-guide.sgml: documentation updated
* src/server/*.win, src/core/*.win: header files for Win32
* vls.dsp: added a project file for Visual C++
* src/modules/filereader/filereader.cpp: fixed a stupid bug in 'open'
* src/core/socket.cpp, src/server/vls.cpp: winsock support
* ALL: added a few #ifdefs for Win32 port
Thu, 4 Apr 2002 02:28:13 +0200
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dnl Main sources default
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url="" name="<>">
$Id: vls-guide.sgml,v 1.12 2002/05/13 00:02:15 alexis Exp $
$Id: vls-guide.sgml,v 1.13 2002/05/13 00:28:22 asmax Exp $
This document describes how to install, configure, and run the VideoLAN Server
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<sect2>Operating System
The VideoLAN Server is supposed to work under any Unix-like operating system.
A Windows port will be released very soon.
A Windows port exists since version 0.3.3, but at the moment it can only
stream files stored an a disk (Video, DVB and DVD inputs are not supported
<sect2>Software requirements
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To install the Debian package, you can type something like:
# dpkg -i vls_0.3.2-1_i386.deb
# dpkg -i vls_0.3.3-1_i386.deb
Under Windows, just extract the zip archive ( for
instance) in a directory.
If you have downloaded the source tarball, uncompress it with:
# tar xvzf vls-0.3.2.tar.gz
# tar xvzf vls-0.3.3.tar.gz
You can also get the source code through CVS, with the following commands:
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<sect1>Compiling vls
<sect1>Compiling vls (under Unix/Linux)
The VideoLAN Server uses the GNU configure and build system. It means that
you will need the standard GNU utilities, such as make, gcc, ld, and so
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<sect1>Installing vls
<sect1>Installing vls (under Unix/Linux)
To install vls files, run
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<sect1>Uninstalling vls
<sect1>Uninstalling vls (under Unix/Linux)
To uninstall vls binary and config files, just run:
%define name vls
%define version 0.3.2
%define version 0.3.3
%define release 1
Summary: VideoLAN is a free MPEG, MPEG2 and DVD software solution.
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