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In build before executing. As rafasc mentioned, this package is currently not following the package guidelines. The alternative is to rename this package to "miraclecast-git".
It's a more involved process, but it might result in less confusion. To rename this package preserving votes and comments : 1. Commit your changes. I'm trying to create the official package and pass from AUR to ABS someday in future so by now it depends on master, but this is the stable one. Yaourt don't force you to follow that convention. I believe this easiest cancers to cure due to: Suffix pkgname with -cvs, -svn, -hg, -darcs, -bzr, -git etc.
Arch Linux User Repository. Sort order Ascending Descending. Per page 50 Package Details: miraclecast-git The entry in the provides array should be "miraclecast", not "miraclecast-git".
Thanks servimo, fixed. This package depends on master, how can it be outdated? AUR packages are user produced content. Any use of the provided files is at your own risk.
MiracleCast provides software to connect external monitors to your system via Wifi. It is compatible to Miracast.
Link-management works, everything else is still being worked on. Replaces openwfd.Mageia forum share the magic Skip to content. MiracleCast over Mageia 5 This forum is dedicated to basic help and support : Ask here your questions about basic installation and usage of Mageia.
For example you may post here all your questions about getting Mageia isos and installing it, configuring your printer, using your word processor etc. Try to ask your questions in the right sub-forum with as much details as you can gather.
Cauldron is not for the faint of heart! Caution: Hot, bubbling magic inside. May explode or cook your kittens! MiraCast is getting more and more famous. Could you please help me with this? Maby its time for an update of systemd, or we simply wait for the next version of the distro?
What you do now is a google search for that file. If it is found as part of a package, you install that package on your Mageia system, though if the package is not supported by mageia you will have to install it manually probably by compiling it.
You then try again to compile the package you are trying to compile. Then your package will compile and install Thanks for the info. I found the needed dependences: sd-event. And or that you'd need to compile that newer systemd version. But it includes quite some more stuff apart from that library. Installing a newer systemd without really knowing what you're doing is a recipe for disaster.
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MiracleCast: Miracast / WiFi Displays Come To Linux
I am reading the tutorial but can't understand what is CMakeLists files and how is it connected to the gui of CMake? CMake takes a CMakeList file, and outputs it to a platform-specific build format, e. I don't know about Windows never used itbut on a Linux system you just have to create a build directory in the top source directory.
Notice that make and cmake are different programs. NB: On Windows, cmake might operate so could need to be used differently. You'll need to read the documentation like I did for Linux. Yes, cmake and make are different programs.
There are other Makefile generators in particular configure and autoconf etc And you can find other build automation programs e. Regarding CMake 3. In brief I suggest: 1. In Visual Studio Build your Solution. Get the binaries. Learn more. How do I use CMake?
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Ask Question. Asked 8 years, 5 months ago. Active 1 year, 1 month ago. Viewed k times. I am trying to use CMake in order to compile opencv. Also couldn't understand what are makefiles, are they the same is CMakeLists? And which file is it which I in the end open with visual-studio? Active Oldest Votes. What is the Makefile?
After you run cmake or CMakeSetup and hit generateyou should be able to find the Makefile if unix or project files somewhere in the project tree. The location can be specified in the CMakeList.
Here's a short presentation I found on the CMake wiki you might find helpful: elpauer. CMake configures the entire project using a build format of your choice, meaning it sets everything up so that you can use, for example, Visual Studio to compile. By default at least on linuxit makes a project that uses Make instead. Make is used to actually build the project, not configure or set it up.
So first you'd have to use CMake to set up the project, then run Make to compile and build stuff. I don't know about Windows never used itbut on a Linux system you just have to create a build directory in the top source directory mkdir build-dir go inside it cd build-dir then run cmake and point to the parent directory cmake.
Basile Starynkevitch Basile Starynkevitch k 16 16 gold badges silver badges bronze badges. What is the difference between cmake and make? Great answer; I couldn't figure out how to get the build files in a sub-directory.Can i use miraclecast to mirror my android to a display connected to a raspberry pi. Hi, I've tried whatever I could in order to avoid bothering, but in the end I'm really not sure how to solve this. I managed to install everything needed somehow.
I'm trying to do sink cast my phone's screen to my laptop running Linux Mint. After typing in "run 3" my phone recognises the "Miracle" as a wireless display, however when I tap it in order to cast, Terminal gives me message something along the lines of.
On my phone it says "Connecting My question is: How do I know what's the PIN if my phone doesn't display anything like that, and is there a way to change authentication method? How do I setup the connection method, and what logs are needed, the ones from Miraclecast, or from my phone? My secondary device Xperia Z casts normally, however when casting with my main device Xiaomi Mi 5 there is a problem: I only get one still frame and that's it, it freezes after that and my player is left showing one still image from the beginning of casting.
Not sure if x resolution in which my device streams is the problem. Have you experienced anything similar, or should I open the issue with collected logs? Also, is it possible to cast via 5GHz band? This whole project of mine was to check whether the problem is in my phone, the PC or the OS, because when casting via 5GHz network on Windows, my main device is glitching, while on 2.
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I'm ok with gtk or glib implementations in pure C if you feel comfortable with it. Ilia Bozhinov. So I can confirm gstencoder receives a start signal, and that it starts gstreamer. I'll have to check what exactly goes wrong, but I feel the problem is in gstencoder. Is there another client like gstencoder?For a long time connecting your TV or other external monitors to your laptop has always been a hassle with cables and drivers.
Once you got a matching adapter, you noticed that the cable is far to short for you to sit comfortably on your couch. At least, that was my impression when I first heard of Miracast. Miracast is a certification program of the Wifi-Alliance based on their Wifi-Display specification. It defines a protocol to connect external monitors via wifi to your device. When I first heard of it about one year ago, I was quite amazed that it took us until late to come up with such a simple idea.
For 4 months now I have been hacking on wifi, gstreamer and the kernel to get a working prototype.
I did complain a lot about the hundreds of kernel dead-locks, panics and crashes during development and the never-ending list of broken wifi-devices. However, to be fair I got the same amount of crashes and bugs on Android and competing proprietary Miracast products. I found a lot of other projects with the same goal, but the majority was closed-source, driver-specific, only a proof-of-concept or limited to sink-side.
So during these 7 days I hacked up the protocol and streaming part and luckily got a working demo just in time. I never dared pushing that code to the public repository, though among others it contains my birthday, which is surprisingly page-aligned, as magic mmap offset and I doubt it will work on any setup but mine.
It runs as system-daemon and manages local links, performs peer-discovery on request and handles protocol encoding and parsing. The daemon is independent of desktop environments or data transports and serves as local authority for all display-streaming protocols. While Miracast will stay the main target, other competing technologies like Chromecast, Airtame and AirPlay can be integrated quite easily. It can create new connections, modify parameters or destroy them again.
Links describe local interfaces that are used to communicate with remote devices.
This includes wifi-devices, but also virtual links like your local IP-Network. Peers are remote devices that were discovered on a local link. This is especially handy for testing and development. These describe capabilities that are advertised on the available links. It routes traffic from remote devices to the correct local process and vice versa. The main target still is Miracast!
While all the APIs are independent of the protocol and transport layer, I want to get Miracast working as it is a nice way to test interoperability with Android. And for Miracast, we first need Wifi-P2P working. Everyone interested is welcome to give it a try! Everything on top, including the actual video-streaming is highly experimental and still hacked on.
But if you hacked on Miracast, you know that the link-layer is the hard part. So after 1 week of vacation that is, 1 week hacking on systemd!
As I have a lot more information than I could possible summarize here, I will try to keep some dummy-documentation on the wiki until I the first project release.GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
If nothing happens, download GitHub Desktop and try again. If nothing happens, download Xcode and try again. If nothing happens, download the GitHub extension for Visual Studio and try again. The MiracleCast project provides software to connect external monitors to your system via Wi-Fi. It is compatible to the Wifi-Display specification also known as Miracast.
The Display-Source side allows you to connect external displays to your system and stream local content to the device. A lot of effort is put into making this as easy as connecting external displays via HDMI. On the other hand, the Display-Sink side allows you to create wifi-capable external displays yourself. You can use it on your embedded devices or even on full desktops to allow other systems to use your device as external display.
It is used for device-management udevdbus management sd-bus and service management. For earlier versions systemd must be compiled with --enable-kdbus, even though kdbus isn't used, but only the independent, experimental sd-libraries.
Used by the current DHCP implementation. Will be removed once sd-dns gains DHCP-server capabilities. Used for optional tests of the MiracleCast code base. See there was interface changes on systemdif you are below that version, use branch systemd to compile miraclecast. Use existing AUR package.
Remember to enable kdus to systemd-git dependency if you are below systemd. You can achieve installation using yaourt.
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To use it just add --uibc on miracle-sinkctl startup. Single mouse events and key events are implemented. Please see. This software is originally maintained by: David Herrmann dh.
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