[PD] [PD-announce] Pd-extended 0.41.4 released!

Dafydd Hughes dafydd61 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 8 14:10:02 CEST 2009

I know that once I worked out my own issues, the extended 0.41.4 rc  
worked fine on my eeepc 701.

But now I want to try a build, just to see what happens. Do you think  
I should completely purge the package I have on right now?


On 8-Jun-09, at 3:08 AM, IOhannes m zmoelnig wrote:

> Hans-Christoph Steiner wrote:
>> Have you tried?  I think you'd need about 200-300 megs max, the - 
>> dev packages are not large.  The source tarball is 30 megs.  That  
>> thing has 4 gigs, right?
> it has a 4gig sdd card. this does not necessarily mean that there  
> are 4gb available on josephs machine :-)
> anyhow, what i would be interested in: i thought that NBR is just a  
> slightly modified flavour of an ordinary ubuntu release, with better  
> support for various netbook hardware and slightly modified  
> appearance in order to make better use of the limited screen size.
> since nobody ever cared to create a flavour of Pd that uses space  
> more efficiently (and that without breaking visual compatibility to  
> PdX), i don't see anything that would make a NBR deb different from  
> an ordinary ubuntu deb.
> so why can't you just install jaunty package?
> (after a bit of googling i noticed that they use lpia as  
> "architecture", which mainly differs in optimization flags for the  
> compiles; since (i guess that) nobody has cared yet to find "lpia  
> optimized" flags for PdX, the resulting binaries will really be the  
> same)
> there are tools for converting ordinary i386 debs to lpia, like the  
> one here: http://ppa.launchpad.net/feranick/ppa/ubuntu/pool/main/d/deb2lpia/
> fgamsdr
> IOhannes
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