[PD] Pd on Athlon64

Patrice Colet pat at mamalala.org
Sun Jan 20 17:33:02 CET 2008

Patrice Colet a écrit :
> Andy Farnell a écrit :
>> Which sources can anyone suggest to build from?
>> I installed 0.39.2 from the amd64 Debian repository and it's a disaster,
>> a list of bugs too long to mention and all round erratic behaviour, 
>> including the CPU usage randomly jumping to 200% with the most trivial
>> patches. Completely unusable.
>> How did you build yours Pat?
> Hi andy, I usually build the last vanilla test package,
> http://crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/software.htm
>   and use cvs for externals,abstractions,and extensions.
>   Before, I need to install tcl-tk devel packages (you should give a try 
> with tcl-tk-8.5, it's neat ;)).
>   By this way I remove many reasons for pd to not be build correctly, I 
> don't always get good stuff from cvs, and apt almost always provide too 
> old stuff, they don't seem update often enough the PureData packets, ;D.

  Also if you don't use to compile with linux, use have to install the 
tools for compiling, like autoconf, automake, gcc, g++, libc, 
alsa-devel, jack-devel, don't forget to put --enable-jack --enable--alsa 
at ./configure.
  The externals dependances will come in doc files or errors during 
  if you want to build pd-extended, you might want look at this:


I dunno about gridflow (often changing) and flext (the complete install 
is not easy, I suspect flext isn't ready for 64bit distro), but Gem is 
easy to build from it's cvs:


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