[ardour-dev] Fwd: [ardour-users] fst configure error
Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano
nando at ccrma.Stanford.EDU
Wed Oct 13 14:04:33 PDT 2004
On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 13:39, Josh Karnes wrote:
> Josh Karnes wrote:
> >> On which OS version (redhat/fedora/version number)? You mention you
> >> didn't use apt, did you have to do "rpm --nodeps" for install ardour? Or
> >> did you manually install all required dependencies?
> >> What is the exact sequence of operations that leads to the crash?
> > I installed with rpm -U
> > I had already installed all of the deps, but had to upgrade jack at the
> > same time (had 0.94). I was upgrading from Ardour 0.9beta11.2 which
> > worked fine.
> > Exact sequence:
> > 1. run ardour
> > 2. open a session or create a session
> > 3. add a plugin to a track
> > 4. double-click the plugin or right-click and choose "Edit"
> > 5. seg fault
> > the rest is in the mantis bug.
> oh and fwiw,
> kernel is 2.4.21-1.11.rhfc1.ccrma from the planet
I don't see how the kernel would have an influence, but at least that
tells me that this is on Fedora Core 1 (I'll boot my laptop on the FC1
disk to try it). On RedHat 9 I do what you do and ardour is happy. I
just tried with Cannyon Delay and the Bode Frequency Shifter and they
are happy being edited.
Have you upgraded all your other packages to the latest version? There
may be a hidden problem with a library having a bug (or misfeature),
and the same so version (so that ardour does not complain). I build all
binaries with the latest redhat/fedora upgrades installed (at the time
of the build). Just guessing here. Another thing that occurs to me, have
you installed libraries manually? (ie: configure; make; make install).
Could you send me off list the list of packages you have installed in
"rpm -q -a >rpmlist" will do.
And also the output of "ldd /usr/bin/ardour"...
If I were you I'd reconsider, if possible, to put it on the network, you
pretty much need that to use Planet CCRMA and stay up to date.
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