[PD] Re: Extended installers feedback: win/osx/linux

Hans-Christoph Steiner hans at eds.org
Mon Feb 27 20:12:52 CET 2006

On Feb 26, 2006, at 11:07 PM, derek holzer wrote:

> Hi HC,
> glad the feedback is useful. The more this stuff gets tested, the  
> better it will get.
> Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> A couple of Yves' GUI objects are not currently ported to  
>> Windows.  Carmen Rocco ported them, but the changes got  
>> overwritten in CVS.  They are still there if anyone wants to dig  
>> them up and submit them to Yves.
> Submitting Windows ports to Yves is a bit like sending them to the  
> Black Hole of Calcutta ;-)
> Better just check them into CVS in your own, whoever it is out  
> there that has such "evil" code.

Carmen did do that, and Yves overwrote those changes.  So Carmen's  
changes are in CVS, but not in the current version.


>>> * Can anybody suggest an x86 Linux liveCD with a full PD  
>>> installation that actually works? By this I mean fast OpenGL/3D/ 
>>> Accelerated Graphics drivers, Jack, ALSA-MIDI and externals  
>>> without broken dependencies (all problems I've encountered with  
>>> live CDs + PD before). I'm guessing the Apodio one might be the  
>>> ticket, but I'm still open to suggestions. Isn't Apodio only in  
>>> French?
>> I think pure:dyne aims to be this LiveCD:
>> https://puredyne.goto10.org/
> Vaporware. Anybody know anything that's now and wow?
> best,
> d.
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