[PD] update Pd on Odroid-U3 running on Debian Jessy
adrcki at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 16:31:55 CEST 2015
On Fri, Apr 24, 2015 at 12:37 PM, Simon Wise <simonzwise at gmail.com> wrote:
> it seems that gconf2 and python are the issue, that jackd2 depends on
> gstreamer then the version you have depends on gconf and it depends on
> python but you do not have python.
I did install python, but then running "sudo apt-get install puredata"
puredata is already the newest version.
The following packages were automatically installed and are no longer
alsa-utils libfftw3-3 libjson0 libreadline5
Use 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.
0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 556 not upgraded.
Though "/usr/bin/pd -version" yields:
Pd-0.46.0 ("") compiled 15:53:57 Aug 29 2014
I though that the Debian Jessie repositories have Pd-0.46-2, or am I wrong?
> did you upgrade to jessie from an earlier debian?
> perhaps try to install python, then gconf2 before trying again with
The Odroid indeed didn't have python installed, but it did have gconf2.
> perhaps look at gstreamer and see if it is possible to install it without
> gconf2, since gstreamer0.10-gconf:armhf is the one that depends on gconf2
> perhaps try changing to jackd1, it may not have the same dependencies
> Debian have made a huge switch to using systemd, essentially shifting
> their attention to supporting the current standard desktop distributions
> ... yet somehow they managed to release jessie with a much shorter freeze
> than last time .... I certainly hope they have been as careful as in the
> past, especially regarding configurations outside that standard desktop
> distribution model.
> I have used sid for many years, but stopped upgrading a while ago and have
> avoided moving to jessie so far since I often want to set up headless
> systems, or stand-alone devices that just start the minimal services
> required, and I have been very frustrated by recent distributions using the
> systemd, gconf etc ... with the new Debian it is going to get harder and
> harder to avoid the big, cumbersome gnome and systemd stuff as more and
> more packages get built depending on it.
> I will probably install devuan, but for a while now most of my systems
> currently run what is now oldstable with the stuff I want recent versions
> of compiled locally.
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