“Why we made some packages as prebuild packages is that we want to make the build process simple, many users don’t need to care about this, anyway you can find the source code below.”
Hahahaha:))) Yes maybe so, but you “forgot” to tell where are the sources, and you are not willing to tell it even the 10th mail even. You are not giving the info even now. And you will not, because you obviously don’t want. You think it can be your secret.
I just said that I’ve bought a VIM3 board.
It will go to the trashcan because it’s totally unusable with closed source SW system.
“Gstreamer plugin for Amlogic SoCs source is from Amlogic Buildroot, and there is no public source code.”
Where is that, THAT WAS THE QUESTION !! Is it too hard to put a link in the mail or you just don’t want to do it ??? Where is the source of that binary package ? If I google “amlogic buildroot” I get this: http://openlinux2.amlogic.com/ http://openlinux.amlogic.com/ and this: Buildroot - Amlogic openlinux The pas was last modified in 2019, Focal is 2020.04 and what can you build in that page or what info you can get at all ?
Buildroot is a system which one rebuilds the configured packages from source. It can rebuild it for many kind of HW not only Amlogic. They always provide the sources, because they build every components from source, this is how Buildroot works. They don’t provide debian packages as you did. You have improperly packaged debians by the way, but there is no way to fix them because there are no sources.
The gstreamer1.0, gstreamer1.0-plugins-base, gstreamer1.0-plugins-good, gstreamer1.0-plugins-bad, gstreamer1.0-plugins-ugly debian packages have LGPL2.0+, MIT, GPL2.0+ and other open source licenses and you CAN NOT distribute only the prebuilt binaries of them, you MUST provide the sources. You must do it automatically, not for question. This is the law in Europe and US. I’m not sure about China, but unfortunately I don’t live in China. THIS IS LINUX for Christ’s sake. You and Frank are allegedly a professional programmers and you don’t understand what I’m saying about licenses ? Or just you don’t care the licenses at all ? You think you can elude the question ?
VIM3 has Amlogic A311D SoC and you show me Rockchip repositories. What can I do with Rockchip info ? You wanted to make your answer big and detailed ?
Sorry to say but Khadas support is pathetic, there is no real programmer there, they keep “mistook” the questions
“is a special business cooperation version” - hahaha, this is pathetic, tengine-libs is open source to anyone else but Khadas user’s, you make it closed source and, you say that it is because of co-operation. You are funny.
The user has nohing to do with your co-operation. The question is: is it a closed source system or not ? Your answer is YES.
If any customer of mine would have a problem with Khadas’ gstreamer or any other closed source SW like tengine-lib, will Khadas support their question ? The answer is NO of course not.
You don’t support even my questions. Frank recommended me using google.
That makes the Khadas’ boards unusable for firms. It is usable only at home, when amateur hobbyist programmers don’t care if they break the law or not. Or in counrtries where people don’t care about licenses, trademarks, patents they don’t give a damn about them. A US or a EU firm can not do that and will not do that. This is not a superficial and inessential matter believe me.