[PD] Where is vanilla's makefile and other stuff located?
adrcki at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 09:56:54 CEST 2013
I realised what happened. I've downloaded Pd from Ubuntu software center
and it installed everything where it's supposed to go. What now confuses me
a bit is that in the software center you can find the following: puredata,
puredata-core and puredata-gui. If you go for puredata-core it advices you
to also download puredata-gui. If you go for gui, it advices you to
download puredata-core, or even puredata...
Well, I've downloaded puredata and it's working (although it crashes if I
try to open the 'Test audio and midi' patch), and it's located at /usr/bin/
and the rest are located at /usr/lib/puredata (btw, it's version 0..43.0-4,
not the current...), but still no icon, still this warning at the Pd
window: WARNING: Font family 'Courier' not found, using default (DejaVu
Sans Mono) and still no makefile (I guess the software center took care of
Well, I'm sticking to the makefile cause I'm going through Lyon's
'Designing audio objects for max and pd' and he's making use of Pd's
makefile when compiling an object...so I guess I'll need it, right?
IOhannes, at puredata.info I can only find vanilla 0.44.0 (for Linux,
there's a version for RPi, is it good for a laptop as well?). Where can I
find the 0.44.3 package?
On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 8:46 AM, IOhannes zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> On 06/26/2013 12:34 AM, Funs Seelen wrote:
> > Hello Alexandros,
> > The standard installation path for Pd in Ubuntu is /usr/local/lib/
> > for the binary file /usr/bin).
> definitely not.
> the default bath is either: /usr/local/bin (for the binaries) and
> /usr/local/lib/pd (for the rest) OR /usr/bin + /usr/lib/pd
> /usr/local is usually used for installing things manually (e.g. if you
> build Pd yourself and run "make install") and is therefore the default,
> whereas /usr is normally reserved for your package management system.
> > Afaik the makefile doesn't install itself
> > somewhere. If you don't know navigate to your pd-source. If you don't
> > 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
> > uninstall, then make && make install to (re-)install pd. That should be
> alternatively, you could just install the "puredata" package.
> (at least in Debian there is a package for pd-vanilla 0.44.3)
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