[PD] Pd-extended on AMD 64

John Harrison john.harrison at alum.mit.edu
Mon Feb 23 05:48:52 CET 2009

On Hans' suggestion, I started a wiki page on our pd wiki concerning 
building pd-extended for 64 bit:


My hope is that all of us add to it until the directions are solid, then 
we add a 64 bit Linux machine to the build farm.

Slightly OT: I had some troubles figuring out our Pd wiki. It's supposed 
to be MoinMoin syntax and I know MoinMoin well, but:

    * the ways I know to make borders appear on a table (which happen by
      default on Moin anyway) didn't work for me, so the tables on the
      above wiki link don't have borders. Anybody know how to add
      borders to these tables?
    * I couldn't seem to attach the resulting .deb file. Is it possible
      to have attachments to on the Pd wiki?

I looked for examples of tables and attachments on the Pd wiki and came 
up dry on a quick search.


Loic Kessous wrote:
> I managed to make pd working (more or less) too but I had several  
> problems , so I decide to install the 32 bits version of ubuntu hardy  
> and now all the externals are loaded.
> I will probably get a new computer for this project soon and then I  
> will maybe use this 64 bits machine to try and test the .deb (possibly  
> to contribute to build it too).
> -loic
> On Feb 13, 2009, at 6:55 PM, Ilias Anagnostopoulos wrote:
>> As of today, I have regained access to an Ubuntu Hardy amd64  
>> machine. I
>> will download and test John Harrison's deb next week.
>> I can host the deb on the OtherSide Ubuntu APT if this is fine with  
>> you
>> John.
>> If anybody else wants to test that deb, please let us know of your  
>> findings.
>> -Ilias
>> John Harrison wrote:
>>> Ilias Anagnostopoulos wrote:
>>>> Has anyone got a
>>>> 64-bit binary ready that would be good enough as a 64-bit release
>>>> (John Harisson was hosting one)?
>>> I have a .deb and corresponding directions for building. The .deb was
>>> built on a 64 bit Hardy machine. It worked for my purposes and I
>>> didn't find anything broken but I can't say whether it is good enough
>>> for release without further testing. Since I made that .deb I updated
>>> my machine from 64 bit Hardy to 32 bit Intrepid so I'm not in a great
>>> position to continue building and development of a 64 bit release,  
>>> but
>>> I am glad to help out if there is a place for me.
>>> .deb and instructions:
>>> http://cratel.wichita.edu/cratel/cratel_Pd_extended_on_bit_64_Debian-based_OS
>>> (to be moved to the Pd wiki within the week)
>>> -John
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