[PD] RME hammerfall
tim at timesup.org
Fri Apr 15 11:27:59 CEST 2005
On Apr 15, 2005, at 9:53 AM, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:
> Jamie Bullock wrote:
>> Hi Ti,
>> Yes, I run PD and RME Multiface with Jack also. PD/RME doesn't like
>> ALSA, but seems to be fine using ALSA's OSS emulation. This might be
>> worth a try if you didn't compile PD with --enable-jack.
> at the iem we are using the RME/hammerfall/hdsp/multiface cards with
> plain alsa (since jack turned out to be far too unreliable).
> so obviously this does work.
> however, you should use the latest and greatest release of pd (as for
> now: 0.38-4)
> >=0.38: as this has a rewrite of the alsa-code
> >=0.38-4: as this has fixed a bug that crashed pd when not allocating
> all available i/o-devices of your card.
> apart from that the firmware-thing mentioned by others here is really
> _absolutely_ necessary.
> (and unfortunately it doesn't seem to come with debian)
So if I update to a source PD 0.38-4 from Miller's site,
./configure --enable-alsa --enable-rme --prefix=/bin
to get it all set up,
then it should get dumped on top of the 0.38-0 version that I got
from the debian apt-get installer.
Am I right?
The other tools and details from alsa-projects seem to be enough, the
red light has gone out and the hdspmixer looks cute...
thanks for help, this is _almost_ making sense...
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