[PD] getting readanysf~ running (was: How to access audio files from disk randomly?)

Roman Haefeli reduzierer at yahoo.de
Wed Dec 9 11:48:37 CET 2009

A lot!

It seems, that this is way is _much_  cleaner (without having to do nasty
things to the sources). I didn't compile gmerlin, since there is a ubuntu
package, but obviously it's better compile it as well.


Am 09.12.09 11:31 schrieb "James Dunn" unter <james at 4thharmonic.com>:

> First I installed gavl 1.1.1 -
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/gmerlin/files/gavl/1.1.1/gavl-1.1.1.tar.gz/dow
> nload
> then texinfo (sudo apt-get install texinfo) as prompted by the
> ./configure stage of gmerlin 0.4.1
> then gmerlin 0.4.1 -
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/gmerlin/files/gmerlin/0.4.1/gmerlin-0.4.1.tar.
> gz/download
> then gmerlin-avdecoder 1.0.1 -
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/gmerlin/files/gmerlin-avdecoder/1.0.1/gmerlin-
> avdecoder-1.0.1.tar.gz/download
> finally I compiled readanysf~ 0.36
> http://aug.ment.org/software/readanysf~0.36.tar.gz
> <http://aug.ment.org/software/readanysf%7E0.36.tar.gz> and copied the
> ,pd_linux file to /usr/lib/pd/extra
> I had an error message in the pd console: libgmerlin_avdec.so.1 not
> found or something, so I installed libgmerlin0 via synaptic and then it
> worked.
> Hope this helps!

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