I've tried recompiling the musicbrainz source, tried the cvs version of it.  
All fail only the cvs version fails with a ton of undefined references, 
probably due to not working well with gcc 3.0, even though it compiled fine.  
I've tried using the cvs and version 2.1 of freeamp, same errors on both 
versions of musicbrainz.  Nothing seems to work when. 

On Wednesday 12 September 2001 17:51, safemode wrote:
> I'm using debian's 1.0.0.final-2 version of musicbrainz library.  Upon
> configuring freeamp cvs i get this error.  i'm testing out gcc 3.0.2 so i
> will try again later with 2.95.4 but i believe i got the same error before
> too.  Also configure looks for alsa even if you specify --disable-alsa as
> well as esd.h when you specify --disable-esd and --disable-esdtest.
> checking for mb_New in -lmusicbrainz... no
> configure: error: FreeAmp requires that the MusicBrainz client library be
> installed.
> Error in config.log was
> configure:4877: c++ -o conftest -g -O2   -Wl,-export-dynamic -L/usr/lib
> conftest.C -lmusicbrainz -ldl  1>&5
> /usr/lib/libmusicbrainz.so: undefined reference to `cerr'
> /usr/lib/libmusicbrainz.so: undefined reference to `__out_of_range(char
> const *)'
> /usr/lib/libmusicbrainz.so: undefined reference to
> `ostream::operator<<(char const *)'
> /usr/lib/libmusicbrainz.so: undefined reference to `__length_error(char
> const *)'
> collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
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