[PD] C.H.I.P. & Pd Vanilla 0.47

Richie Cyngler glitchpop at gmail.com
Wed Nov 2 21:57:15 CET 2016


I've had the same issue on RPi. I'm no backend Linux guy either but it
seems problematic for Pd's available current version to be tied to an OS
release. Is there some way around this?

On Thursday, 3 November 2016, Benjamin ~ b01 <benjah at free.fr> wrote:

> as previously answered by IOhannes :
>
>
> On 2016-10-25 03:12, Peter Nyboer wrote:
>
> Is 47 available via apt, or is 46 the latest I can get through this method?
>
> certainly Pd-0.47 is available via the official Debian apt repositories.
>
> but Debian/jessie (aka stable) has been released 2015-04, when the
> current Pd version was 0.46.
> so in order to use the 0.47 packages, you need to do a system upgrade to
> stretch (currently testing).
>
> you **might** have luck with manually downloading/installing the stretch
> packages┬╣ on your jessie system (totally untested; also, i would **not**
> recommend adding stretch to your apt-sources, as the entire C++ stack
> has changed and you might just blow your system).
>
>
> fgamsdr
> IOhannes
>
>
> PS: and not to forget: i have posted instructions to this list numerous
> times, how to build your own debs (based on the original Debian
> packages) for your odd system (e.g. raspberries running jessie) - which
> happens to also work in your case!
>
> ┬╣ https://packages.debian.org/stretch/puredata
>
> btw, I'm curious about the result
>
> ++
> b
>
> On 02/11/2016 18:23, Alexandre Torres Porres wrote:
>
> howdy, so I finally tried installing pd vanilla on my C.H.I.P.
>
> tried apt-get install puredata and got Pd 0.46
>
> where's 0.47?
>
> it's a debian package and an ARM architecture, so, can you install 0.47 in
> C.H.I.P.? Anyone did it?
>
> sorry I'm really dumb on this, never really messed with linux or anything
>
> cheers
>
>
>
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