These steps have been tested with Ubuntu 10.10. Don't take them literally, they might need some adjustment depending on your environment.

* Remember to switch your username into /home/<username>/ in the instructions :)

Install jhbuild

  • sudo apt-get install jhbuild

Copy default jhbuildrc under your home directory as .jhbuildrc

  • cp /usr/share/jhbuild/jhbuild/defaults.jhbuildrc ~/.jhbuildrc

Update the .jhbuildrc to contain these:

  • moduleset = 'gnome-apps-3.4'
  • modules = [ 'meta-gnome-core', 'meta-gnome-apps-tested']
  • prefix='/home/<username>/rygel'

Setup the jhbuild deps

  • jhbuild bootstrap
  • jhbuild sanitycheck

Add GStreamer PPA

  • Install/upgrade gstreamer core, plugins-base/good/bad/ugly, tools + dev packages

  • sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gstreamer-developers/ppa

Install dependencies

  • sudo apt-get install tracker libgee-dev libsqlite3-dev libsoup2.4-dev uuid-dev xsltproc docbook-xsl gnome-common gtk-doc-tools valac

Build&Install GUPnP dependencies with jhbuild

  • jhbuild buildone gssdp gupnp gupnp-av gupnp-dlna vala

Copy gee-1.0.vapi

  • Because prefix='$HOME/rygel' in .jhbuildrc, copy the gee-0.8.vapi to the right place

  • cp /usr/share/vala-0.10/vapi/gee-0.8.vapi /home/<username>/rygel/share/vala-0.12/vapi/

Cd into a directory for development

  • cd ~/development

Get Rygel

  • git clone git://git.gnome.org/rygel

Get into the jhbuild shell

  • jhbuild shell

Build and install Rygel

  • cd rygel
  • ./autogen.sh --enable-uninstalled
  • make

Exit the jhbuild shell

  • exit

Run Rygel

  • ~/development/rygel/src/rygel/rygel

Projects/Rygel/Building (last edited 2013-11-22 15:31:08 by WilliamJonMcCann)