Update the FreeDV stack to latest version and rebuild dependencies.
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All looks fine for me, very useful updates.
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This update contains an soname bump in codec2 (libcodec2.so.0.9 -> libcodec2.so.1.0). Is this intentional?
At the very least, it renders some packages (ffmpeg) from third-party repos uninstallable.
I had forgotten that I had to uninstall gnuradio and its dependencies, so gnuradio at least needs a rebuild for the codec2 update.
Sorry about that, I keep forgetting there are other consumers for codec2 these days beyond Ham Radio (FreeDV).
Can I rebuild ffmpeg before this goes stable? I forget how that works. Or do I need a buildroot override?
ffmpeg is from RPMFusion on my system, currently it doesn't seem to have codec2 in the ldd output
Looks like the whole gnuradio, gqrx, gr-iqbal and volk packages are a mess of depemdency contradictions, so this is not simple to resolve
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