On 14 January 2012 11:35, chad hanna <channa(a)perimeterinstitute.ca> wrote:
I am part of a scientific collaboration that uses gstreamer for
scientific software development. We are currently compiling our own
gstreamer 0.10.32 and various plugin packages. Our clusters run
Scientific Linux 6 and we rely on EPEL for many packages. SL6
currently has gstreamer 0.10.30. Is there any possibility of making
0.10.32 or greater versions of gstreamer availabe in EPEL 6 in the
near future? If so what would be the procedure to help get that going?
most of the gstreamer packages are not in EPEL but in RHEL which
Scientific Linux rebuilds to being SciLin 6. So to get updated
packages for that you will need to look at asking Red Hat either via a
customer account or bugzilla.
many thanks and best wishes,
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