Has anyone success to install gstreamer-1.0 using cerbero on ubuntu 18.04 (x86_64)?

Dear all,

I try to follow
https://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/documentation/installing/building-from-source-using-cerbero.html?gi-language=c on my ubuntu 18.04 (x86_64), a GTX1080, CUDA 10.0, TensorRT 5.1.5 GA.

My steps are as follows:

$ cd ~/d/learn
$ git clone https://gitlab.freedesktop.org/gstreamer/cerbero
$ echo "alias cerbero='~/git/cerbero/cerbero-uninstalled'" >> ~/.bashrc
$ source ~/.bashrc
$ cd ~/d/learn/cerbero
$ git checkout 45bbe8f9
$ ./cerbero-uninstalled bootstrap
$ nano /home/suryadi/d/learn/cerbero/cerbero/utils/shell.py
add at lines 230
cmd += " --no-check-certificate "
$ ./cerbero-uninstalled bootstrap
(Success for 11/11 libraries)

$ sudo ./cerbero-uninstalled package gstreamer-1.0

However, I failed at
stage 43: libdv-1.0.0
stage 54: libnice-0.1.14
stage 59: Librsvg-2.40.20 (Permission denied: ‘/home/suryadi/.cache/g-ir-scanner/.cache-version’)
stage 73: json-glib-1.2.8 (Permission denied: ‘/home/suryadi/.cache/g-ir-scanner/.cache-version’)

Is there any way to resolve those failed libraries?
I tried using Synaptic Package Manager to install newer libraries.

So I need a way to modify recipe for building gstreamer-1.0 to skip failed or replaced libraries.

Thank you very much in advance.

Warmest Regards,

Since it is 3rdparty package, we don’t have experience and other users may share you guidance/tips.