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    Default LEAP 15.0 - included version of glibc may be problem for VDH?

    A Firefox app called "Video DownloadHelpe" is having problems partly due to YouTube changing formats & codecs, leaving many downloaders "high & dry" so can't "float their boats".

    Seems that one possible problem may be app-needed version of glibc 2.27 and the OS-supplied version of glibc 2.26.

    Best way for me to explain this is to include a link to the discussion:

    https://groups.google.com/forum/#!to...-a/Z3iY4yhFvU8

    The following is the error message produced by Video DownloadHelper when it fails:
    Code:
    /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/ffmpeg: /lib64/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.27' not found (required by /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/libavfilter.so.7)
    /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/ffmpeg: /lib64/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.27' not found (required by /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/libavformat.so.58)
    /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/ffmpeg: /lib64/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.27' not found (required by /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/libavcodec.so.58)
    So DLH seems to depend on glibc 2.27 and my OpenSuse Leap 15.0 only supplies glibc 2.26.

    Info at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!se...bc%7Csort:date
    seems to indicate glibc versions up to 2.28 with many bugs being discussed.

    So to the question: What is the possibility of LEAP 15's version of glibc being upgraded to 2.27 soon?
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    Default Re: LEAP 15.0 - included version of glibc may be problem for VDH?

    Quote Originally Posted by Maximillium View Post
    A Firefox app called "Video DownloadHelpe" is having problems partly due to YouTube changing formats & codecs, leaving many downloaders "high & dry" so can't "float their boats".

    Seems that one possible problem may be app-needed version of glibc 2.27 and the OS-supplied version of glibc 2.26.

    Best way for me to explain this is to include a link to the discussion:

    https://groups.google.com/forum/#!to...-a/Z3iY4yhFvU8

    The following is the error message produced by Video DownloadHelper when it fails:
    Code:
    /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/ffmpeg: /lib64/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.27' not found (required by /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/libavfilter.so.7)
    /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/ffmpeg: /lib64/libc.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.27' not found (required by /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/libavformat.so.58)
    /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/ffmpeg: /lib64/libm.so.6: version `GLIBC_2.27' not found (required by /usr/local/net.downloadhelper.coapp-1.3.0/converter/build/linux/64/libavcodec.so.58)
    So DLH seems to depend on glibc 2.27 and my OpenSuse Leap 15.0 only supplies glibc 2.26.

    Info at https://groups.google.com/forum/#!se...bc%7Csort:date
    seems to indicate glibc versions up to 2.28 with many bugs being discussed.

    So to the question: What is the possibility of LEAP 15's version of glibc being upgraded to 2.27 soon?
    Hi
    Unlikely to change through the 15.x release cycle unless there is a critical bug...

    You will probably need to build locally from source so it uses the openSUSE versions...
    https://github.com/mi-g/vdhcoapp
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    Default Re: LEAP 15.0 - included version of glibc may be problem for VDH?

    The video download solution I use is cross-platform and exposes more options and functionality than any other I've seen,
    I use Jdownloader

    http://jdownloader.org/

    It's one of few apps I use that are written in Java (I generally avoid Java apps because they tend to be so unnecessarily big), but I've found nothing comparable... the ability to configure single or batch downloads, inspect and selectively download specific YouTube streams which are often hidden from view, support downloading practically any stream from any site, more.

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    Default Re: LEAP 15.0 - included version of glibc may be problem for VDH?

    Hi
    Unlikely to change through the 15.x release cycle unless there is a critical bug...

    You will probably need to build locally from source so it uses the openSUSE versions...
    https://github.com/mi-g/vdhcoapp
    Arrgh! O.K. - Thanks Malcolm....


    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    The video download solution I use is cross-platform and exposes more options and functionality than any other I've seen,
    I use Jdownloader

    http://jdownloader.org/

    It's one of few apps I use that are written in Java (I generally avoid Java apps because they tend to be so unnecessarily big), but I've found nothing comparable... the ability to configure single or batch downloads, inspect and selectively download specific YouTube streams which are often hidden from view, support downloading practically any stream from any site, more.

    TSU
    Thank you too, Tsu. Checking it out now....
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