rosea grammostola wrote:
> Gustin Johnson wrote:
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>> rosea grammostola wrote:
>>> After a lit of experimenting in vbox, it seems I bumped up against an
>>> serious issue
>>> libc6-dev from Ubuntu seems to conflict with linux-libc-dev from
>>> 64studio (jaunty backport)
>>> Need to get 0B/3453kB of archives.
>>> After this operation, 13.7MB of additional disk space will be used.
>>> (Reading database ... 164776 files and directories currently installed.)
>>> Unpacking libc6-dev (from .../libc6-dev_2.9-4ubuntu6.1_i386.deb) ...
>>> dpkg: error processing
>>> /var/cache/apt/archives/libc6-dev_2.9-4ubuntu6.1_i386.deb (--unpack):
>>> trying to overwrite `/usr/include/scsi/scsi.h', which is also in
>>> package linux-libc-dev
>>> dpkg-deb: subprocess paste killed by signal (Broken pipe)
>>> Errors were encountered while processing:
>>> E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
>>> I don't know if reporting this will helps the devs. I don't know if it's
>>> 'supposed' to conflict.
>> The problem does not occur on a stock 64Studio install. It looks like
>> the naming nomenclature is different for this package with that
>> backports repository. Your only real option if you must use 3rd party
>> repositories is to do something called apt pinning.
> I have this also on a stock 64studio install, when I want to build
> oomidi (openoctave)
> Writing extended state information... Done
> (Reading database ... 110539 files and directories currently installed.)
> Unpacking libc6-dev (from .../libc6-dev_2.7-10ubuntu5_i386.deb) ...
> dpkg: error processing
> /var/cache/apt/archives/libc6-dev_2.7-10ubuntu5_i386.deb (--unpack):
> trying to overwrite `/usr/include/scsi/scsi.h', which is also in
> package linux-libc-dev
for my 64 Studio 3.0-beta3 x86_64 libc6-dev already was installed, I'm
sure that I didn't force to install any dev packages. Excepted for cmake
and kdebase-dev (and it's trillion of dependencies) I didn't need to
install something now.
I've got libc6-dev version 2.7-10ubuntu5, the latest available version
installed. And I've got linux-libc-dev version 2.6.24-25.63, also the
latest available version installed.
Is your computer architecture 32-bit or do you just prefer 32-bit
architecture? If possible try the 64-bit version of 64 Studio.
$ cd /usr/src
$ git clone git://18.104.22.168:9418/var/git/openoctave.git
$ cmake .
Install Directory : /usr/local
Build type : Release
Use Qt/KDE precompiled headers: FALSE
Xft notation font support : TRUE
No LIRC support configured.
ALSA MIDI support : TRUE
JACK audio support : TRUE
LADSPA plugin support : TRUE
DSSI synth plugin support : TRUE
Custom OSC plugin GUI support : TRUE
Audio timestretching : TRUE
LRDF plugin metadata support : FALSE
* OpenOctave supports the LRDF metadata format for classification
of LADSPA and DSSI plugins. This will improve the usability of
plugin selection dialogs. You can obtain LRDF from
-- Configuring done
-- Generating done
-- Build files have been written to: /usr/src/openoctave
Building Debian package... FAILED!
$ sudo make install
$ openoctave -v
Open Octave MIDI: 1.7.3
spinymouse-sudo@64studio:~$ sudo -i
root@64studio:~# modprobe snd-hrtimer
root@64studio:~# chgrp audio /dev/hpet
spinymouse-sudo@64studio:~$ jackd -c h -dalsa -dhw:0 -r96000 -p512 -n2 -Xseq
When I chose HR Timer for the sequencer source the system hanged. I had
to push the reset button (didn't test magic keys). Sequencer source set
to auto seems to be fine. Another issue is, that I need to close Open
Octave's transporter window, otherwise I'm not able to see the main
window again. Playing (with nothing recorded) is fine.
Btw. Qtractor is fine with HR Timer.
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