[PD] dependency issue installing pd-extended in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
altern2 at gmail.com
Sun May 15 22:30:35 CEST 2016
yes I know it sounds weird but here I have to be in sync with some
teachers and students at the uni running different OSs and the easiest
way is to install pd-extended :( I have a set of abstractions that relay
on extensions included in the extended version. I would have to expend
a few days to track down which extensions I use to find a solution ...
because I just dont remember any longer which ones I used ...
oh well, I guess it is about time to do it
ig., 2016.eko mairen 15a 00:04(e)an, Gerhard Lang igorleak idatzi zuen:
> Hi enrike,
> I don't see any reason to run an obsolete pd v 0.43.4-1 under Ubuntu
> 16.04 because there are fine pd v 0.46.7 extensions in the repos. I
> think, with a little path configuration and perhaps adding some missing
> libs you will get most of your old patches running.
> From 15.10 to 16.04 the libgsl-stuff has been upgraded and is no longer
> downward compatible.
> But if you absolutely urge a running pd v 0.43 you will have to
> recompile: manually edit the build depency from "libgsl0-dev" to
> "libgsl-dev" and in the debian control files "libgsl0ldbl" to "libgsl2".
> Without warranty, other important libs might have been upgraded too.
> I myself prefer Ivica Ico Bukvic's pd-l2ork for it's clarity (I think
> its based on 0.43) and I had to proceed in the manner described above to
> get a installable .deb for Ubuntustudio 16.04. The pd-l2ork-team
> inofficially announced to upgrade soon.
> best regards
> Am 14.05.2016 um 16:11 schrieb enrike:
>> I am trying to install the pd-extended_0.43.4-1~raring_amd64.deb
>> package of pd-extended in Ubuntu 16.04 but I get this dependency error
>> It says it depends on libgsl0ldbl (>= 1.9), and that it is not
>> installed. I did $ aptitude search libgsl0
>> this returns me
>> v libgsl0-dbg
>> v libgsl0-dbg:i386
>> v libgsl0-dev
>> v libgsl0-dev:i386
>> then I try to sudo aptitude install libgsl0-dev but it just does not
>> install anything at all. I searched with synaptic but that package is
>> not listed there.
>> I am kind of lost here. any ideas?
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