[PD] Pd-list Digest, Vol 54, Issue 100
muranyia at gmail.com
Wed Sep 23 22:22:31 CEST 2009
On Wed, Sep 23, 2009 at 5:01 PM, Daniel Wilcox <danomatika at gmail.com> wrote:
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>> From: sergio basbaum <sbasbaum at gmail.com>
>> To: Pierre <pierre at 314r.net>, Pd-list at iem.at
>> Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2009 11:01:01 -0300
>> Subject: Re: [PD] vanilla, extended, svn and x86_64
>> Hi all,
>> I'm new in this community. I helped a little bit to organize the PDCon 09
>> in São Paulo, and Iḿ getting more involved with Pd since.
>> This is just to say that I've installed 64bit Ubuntu two months ago,
>> because I have a 64 Turion Acer notebook.
>> Nothing worked properly, so I've changed to 32bit version and everything
>> seems fine up to now. But the 64 version is very unstable, and for my
>> personal experience I really do not recommend...
>> best for all
> I'd second this experience. After spending about 2 weeks in Ubuntu 64 bit
> (which did seem faster) and wrangling with pd
> I ended up reinstalling with 32 bit.
> I had some shows to get ready for and I just didn't have time to debug 64
> bit ...
> Interesting enough, I recently bought a macbook pro and pd-extended seems
> to run fine in 10.6, although I'm sure it's running in 32 bit compatibility
I'm on 64 bit Ubuntu and my Pd-extended is a 32 bit autobuild. Maybe I
needed 'getlibs' to make it work (don't remember exactly, but don't worry
getlibs is super easy.). It works fine, recommended to 64 bit fellows out
there. Bottom line is that you don't need to go back to 32 bit Linux to have
32 bit Pure Data!
Building pd-extended for 64 bit never worked for me.
Now here's my problem (I already brought it up): To get proper use of the
GUI rewrite I shall make/download a 32 bit build, so that it can use the
libraries from pd-extended. Unfortunately, I was unable to make that 32 bit
build. Any recommendations? Maybe a downloadable 32 bit .deb?
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