[PD] install libraries with apt-get with Pd compiled from source?
msp at ucsd.edu
Sun Jan 25 18:57:26 CET 2015
Aha - Pd somehow got compiled without ALSA support - perhaps, when you
compiled Pd, you had not yet installed alsa-devel. Install alsa-devel
and recompile Pd.
On Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 07:05:41PM +0200, Alexandros Drymonitis wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 25, 2015 at 6:28 PM, IOhannes m zmölnig <zmoelnig at iem.at> wrote:
> > >> install 'alsa-oss' if you haven't already got it
> > >> run 'aoss pd' instead of 'pd'
> > >> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/alsa-oss
> > >>
> > > This last one did it! Launching Pd with -oss won't work (it can't find
> > obviously, since "pd -oss" does the same as "pd": it tries using the
> > OSS-drivers.
> > but...
> > > /dev/dsp), but launching it like you suggest "aoss /usr/local/bin/pd"
> > > outputs audio properly.
> > you really should avoid using OSS (unless forced to, because your
> > soundcard only has OSSv4 drivers).
> > use
> > "pd -alsa" to use ALSA directly.
> > (the hacks mentioned in the other mail really emulate the OSS layer on
> > top of ALSA...)
> The thing is that when I launch Pd with the -alsa flag, I get a prompt of
> the available flags, and Pd doesn't launch (and -alsa and -jack is not
> there, even though I configured Pd with --enable-jack). Do you have to
> configure Pd with ALSA explicitly when compiling from source?
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