Package Details: obs-linuxbrowser 0.6.1-1

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Package Base: obs-linuxbrowser
Description: Browser source plugin for obs-studio based on CEF. Alternative to obs-qtwebkit.
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Keywords: browser obs obs-qtwebkit plugin
Licenses: GPL
Conflicts: obs-linuxbrowser-bin
Submitter: NexAdn
Maintainer: NexAdn
Last Packager: NexAdn
Votes: 11
Popularity: 0.000837
First Submitted: 2017-04-01 14:55
Last Updated: 2019-04-06 16:57

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NexAdn commented on 2019-12-23 14:30

We are investigating issues if cef-minimal is installed on the system while obs-linuxbrowser is being used. This is however not an issue with the AUR package.

Also, this package is not outdated. It might contain bugs, but as I wan't yet able to fix them, the newest version is still 0.6.1.

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bazukas commented on 2017-12-13 08:39

@NexAdn most likely mp3 doesn't work for you is because the binary links to library localted in /opt/cef in your system instead of the one provided in binary release. That's my fault, I haven't been stripping RPATH symbols in the binaries. To fix you can just rename /opt/cef.

NexAdn commented on 2017-12-12 20:10

Confirmed the opposite just right now. Seems to be postponed to M63, but who knows if they have implemented MP3 up to then...

EDIT: I couldn't get MP3 support working with you binary releases either (don't know why).

I'll upload a new obs-linuxbrowser-bin package for those who want MP3 support (though I couldn't make it work with the binary release).

bazukas commented on 2017-12-12 16:45

Hey. Looks like you changed PKGBUILD to build locally. Could you confirm that mp3 works this way? Because it doesn't for me with 3202.

Atterratio commented on 2017-10-24 11:02

@NexAdn Thanks for the answer. As always, blame the gasket between the monitor and the chair , i.e. I. I compilled the plugin loacaly for test, and forgot to remove the CEF from the /opt. Most of all, I was afraid that this plug-in and my own conflict are in an unknown way to me)

NexAdn commented on 2017-10-23 20:23

@Atterratio — The plugin – as I have uploaded it to the AUR should work fine. Maybe there is a problem with your machine (e.g. see OrdinaryMagician's problem). If not, I would appreciate it if you try to figure out whether this is a problem caused by the AUR package or the plugin itself as it is provided by upstream (GitHub bazukas/obs-linuxbrowser, see PKGBUILD), in which case you should open a new issue there to file the bug.

Atterratio commented on 2017-10-23 13:43

I installed this plugin about a month ago, for the sample, and everything worked fine. Now at last I want to use it for purpose, and he does not work. Can anyone check this out?

OrdinaryMagician commented on 2017-05-15 21:29

It's not on their end, definitely. I've directly downloaded the release file from github and the in the archive is actually larger than the one this package installs.

Something, somewhere, is going very wrong when building.

Update: This was actually entirely my setup's fault. Seems like the files were being silently corrupted while the package was compressed. I stopped using lzop and went back to xz, now everything's fine again. I'm going to have to rebuild every single AUR package I have installed now...

NexAdn commented on 2017-05-15 15:53

@OrdinaryMagician — Segmentation fault is as far as I know an error that has to do with the program itself and not with how it was installed. Try to debug OBS and send important information to the developer:

If it has nevertheless to do with the way this package installs the plugin let me know.

OrdinaryMagician commented on 2017-05-15 15:43

Since the update to 0.2.0 obs-studio segfaults on launch.

NexAdn commented on 2017-04-17 16:07

Version 0.1.2. The plugin will be installed to global directories now.

Update May 1, 2017:
I've created a cef-minimal package. This package is no longer precompiled. I also added Pepper Flash as an optdepend.