[PD] live distro with pd extended
hans at eds.org
Sat Oct 18 22:17:27 CEST 2008
On Oct 14, 2008, at 1:21 PM, Roman Haefeli wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-10-14 at 17:50 +0200, Luigi Rensinghoff wrote:
>> On Oct 14, 2008, at 5:21 PM, Roman Haefeli wrote:
>>>> Hi List....
>>>> Well maybe it was discussed before....
>>>> I am looking for a live distro like "puredyne" , that i can start
>>>> from a CD, with my patches on an usb stick.
>>>> Since i have to usse a "foreign" computer for a performance.
>>>> I tried with puredyne but i am missing many externals from pd-
>>>> Is there anything like a debian-live cd with the complete and full
>>>> extended ??
>>> i'm no expert in live distro area, but why don't you simply add the
>>> missing externals to the pure:dyne usb installation? i guess, it is
>>> easier to adapt the pd inside the distro than to adapt the distro
>> I didnt manage to....compile them...due to.....c compiler missing i
>> think .....
>> and the "repository" - thing with apt-get didnt work as i expected
> first check, what frank suggested. then, if you still are missing
> something, you could try to simply copy the missing libraries from a
> pd-extended archive's /extra do the <pd-install>/extra on your
Or even better, just copy the whole folders, then the namespace
prefixes and library loading can work too. If not, you can do
[declare -path] (right? or that broken).
Ideally, pure:dyne would use the same library layout as Pd-extended
so that patches will be compatible. We talked about it in the past.
Otherwise, we get yet another distro/file layout working against us
to the struggle for broadly compatible patches.
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