Simply reinstall the removed packages after the new ardour has installed.
> firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
>> Hi Ralf,
>> Cinelerra is not officially part of 64 Studio... it has to many ugly
>> Works fine on my system though - but on Gnome.
> Hi Quentin
> even if it's not officially part, it should be taken care that Cinelerra
> can be used stable. Does it work with the stable 64 Studio 2.1 and Gnome
> or is Cinelerra stable on a 64 Studio Lenny and Gnome on your system?
> As you can read in my Ardour 2.5 mail, Cinelerra is removed, maybe I
> installed to many aubio packages and maybe I can reinstall Cinelerra
> without any trouble after Ardour 2.5 is fine.
> When 64 Studio 3.0 is released, I won't do an update, but a complete new
> installation. At the moment there is no need for Cinelerra, I will try
> to do all the stuff I have to do for 64 Studio and to partition a hard
> disk today, so that I can make music as from tomorrow.
> It looks like that I only have to wait for Ardour 2.5, than I have to
> update Reaper, to partition the hard disk, make some tests with the hard
> disk because of some troubles and than I have August to make music.
> I won't buy a NVidia in August, because I don't wont to risk, to run
> into troubles and if I need Cinelerra, I will use Suse 11.0. August is
> for making music with 64 Studio. I hope I'll get no troubles because of
> the removed liblame0 for Ardour
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