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I was trying to compile xbmc under Raspberry Debian following these instructions: http://www.raspbian.org/RaspbianXBMC

However, when I call the main "make", I got a compile erorr on xbmc.bin:
member xbmc/guilib/guilib.a(GUIPanelContainer.o) in archive is not an object

Any help?
Anyone got this problem?

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I know, this doesn't actually answer to your question, but instead of compiling yourself, have you considered using a XBMC-dedicated distribution built on top of Rasbpian, namely Raspbmc or Xbian?

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Can you explain the difference between Xbian and Raspbmc please? –  Impulss Jan 21 '13 at 1:13
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Some may consider this a bit delicate subject. Those are two separate projects both aiming for same goal, offer a pre-built XBMC Media Center for RPi. Unfortunately the projects have not joined forces, but ended up competing with each other instead. The Raspbmc has been a bit longer around and it may have a bit larger community behind. I have used only that and can say that at least it works really well and is extremely easy to set-up and use. And to not forget, OpenELEC is the third choice offering about the same. It is a multi-platform project though not only for RPi. –  grassroot Jan 21 '13 at 5:20
    
Ahh I see, thanks. I'm currently using Raspbmc, it does what I need it to do. The biggest difference I see, is the prepackaged Usenet tools in Xbian. My server handles all that for me, so not enough reason for me to change. Core functionality and performance wise, are they all equal? –  Impulss Jan 21 '13 at 6:11
    
As said, I have not used Xbian, but the the core functionality should be the same. –  grassroot Jan 21 '13 at 6:22

Finally I found the glitch:
I had to download the whole package directly under the filesystem root.

After that, everything works fine.

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