[PD] Where is vanilla's makefile and other stuff located?
funsseelen at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 00:34:32 CEST 2013
The standard installation path for Pd in Ubuntu is /usr/local/lib/ (except
for the binary file /usr/bin). Afaik the makefile doesn't install itself
somewhere. If you don't know navigate to your pd-source. If you don't seem
to have them already type ./autogen.sh and a configure script and a
makefile will be created. To be sure no vanilla is installed type sudo make
uninstall, then make && make install to (re-)install pd. That should be it.
On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 10:22 PM, Alexandros Drymonitis <adrcki at gmail.com>wrote:
> Btw, there must be something wrong cause Pd doesn't have an icon. When I
> Ctl+Tab to change between applications, in Pd's icon place there's a
> question mark..
> And another minor thing, when Pd opens I get this in the Terminal: 'was...
> 1' (then Pd opens, no problem) and this error in the Pd window: WARNING:
> Font family 'Courier' not found, using default (DejaVu Sans Mono)
> Are there any stuff lost?
> On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 10:32 PM, Alexandros Drymonitis <adrcki at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I've been trying to install Pd vanilla on Ubuntu 12.04 together with
>> Pd-extended. I think I've created some mess as there are symbolic links
>> pointing at other symbolic links pointing at pd-extended.
>> Even though I thought I hadn't managed to install vanilla, I realised
>> it's sitting in /usr/bin/ as puredata. In /usr/lib/ there is a pd/
>> directory which includes a doc/ and a extra/ directory, but these two
>> directories have only Gem stuff, no [bonk~] or [fiddle~] or [expr~] (even
>> though I can create all these objects).
>> I have a vanilla version is OS X and in /Applications/Pd-0.44-0 there is
>> the Contents/ directory where all the necessary stuff lies (Resources/extra
>> Anyone knows where all this stuff is sitting in Ubuntu?
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