[PD] iemlib from synaptic is missing filter~ and others like iem_cot4~
billy.stiltner at gmail.com
Tue Sep 16 03:00:38 CEST 2014
re:" you mean:
$ dpkg -L pd-iemlib | grep iem_cot4~
this is because
- - the [iem_cot4~] object is contained in "iemlib1.pd_linux"
- - because there is no help-patch for iem_cot4~ (which is a bug in
iemlib, not in the debian package)"
I'm being lazy and net social, still havent connected up that drive again.
I would have to disconnect the internet laptop, or remove the battery from
this machine to try reinstalling.
I have a good working iemlib installed on this machine i'm on now with
pd-0-4.6.0 so i'm in no big rush.
the only problem with this machine is that jack doesnt work with the
azialia amd sound card. works great with alsa though in fact it works so
good with alsa that i can hold multiple keys down with really long
envelopes without glitching that i am in complete ecstacy while playing.
On Mon, Sep 15, 2014 at 3:43 AM, IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>
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> On 2014-09-14 16:34, Billy Stiltner wrote:
> > thanks for the info. it is possible that somehow during my install
> > my connection was reset. that might explain the missing objects. it
> > is very strange that iemlib was one of the few uninstalled
> > libraries , most of the pd-...libs were allready installed by
> > default with the fresh install of ubuntu studio
> hmm, pd-iemlib was added rather recently to Debian (2014-01-07).
> Probably ubuntustudio just hasn't been aware of this addition and have
> forgotten to add them to the packages installed per default?
> > , i have that drive disconnected currently but will uninstall and
> > reinstall to check. I looked in the ext/iemlib folder and did not
> > see the missing patches.
> you mean:
> $ dpkg -L pd-iemlib | grep iem_cot4~
> this is because
> - - the [iem_cot4~] object is contained in "iemlib1.pd_linux"
> - - because there is no help-patch for iem_cot4~ (which is a bug in
> iemlib, not in the debian package)
> > pd-0-46.0 is working great by the way with ALSA and with Jack on
> > AMD and INTEL 64 bit machines. seems smoother !
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