[PD] Where is vanilla's makefile and other stuff located?
funsseelen at gmail.com
Thu Jun 27 14:49:26 CEST 2013
On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 7:46 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
Thanks for your clarification. I shouldn't have added the binary path for
i wasn't 100% sure about that and not using my own computer, although i was
sure the main part of my answer could be helpful to Alexandros.
> /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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