[Ardour-Dev] building ardour 2.7 on SUSE 11
hcengar at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 07:34:41 PST 2008
Just in case someone suffers of the same problem (Ardour 2.7 package
from Packman on OpenSuse crashing when starting), I found that the
problem was introduced by a higher version of libredland (1.0.8) that
got installed when I added the KDE:KDE4:Factory repositories to
install KDE 4.1. Downgrading to libredland (1.0.7) from the main
OpenSuse repos made Ardour work again (and probably brake something in
KDE, but haven't found any problems yet).
On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 4:21 PM, plutek-infinity <plutek at infinity.net> wrote:
>>Date: Fri, 28 Nov 2008 16:01:48 -0500
>>From: "Hector Centeno" <hcengar at gmail.com>
>>I solved this problem with OpenSuse 11.0 by changing the path to boost
>>inside the SConstruct file (adding the /boost to /usr/include) then I
>>had to replace all the /usr/local by /usr (did a "replace all" in
>>gedit). That made it build without problems. As a side question, did
>>you try the 2.7 package in the Packman repository? It didn't work for
>>me (segfault when starting apparently related to lrdf) and I guess it
>>didn't for you and that's why you are building it, am I right?
> the 2.7 package works ok for me, but i do get this warning:
> Warning: Unable to create "trees" RDF storage.
> Performance can be improved by upgrading librdf.
> on SUSE, the ladspa RDF library (which i think is what ardour is looking for??) is called "liblrdf", while a package called libredlan0 installs "librdf". i'm out of my depth here to try to sort that out, but i'm willing to try to compile, to see what happens.
>>On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 12:28 PM, plutek-infinity <plutek at infinity.net> wrote:
>>> i'm trying to build v2.7 on SUSE 11, and runnning into this error message:
>>> Checking for C++ header file boost/shared_ptr.hpp... no
>>> Boost header files do not appear to be installed. You also might be running a buggy version of scons. Try scons 0.97 if you can.
>>> i know the boost headers are there:
>>> my scons is 0.98.3.r2928 -- is this a known buggy version, requiring me to downgrade to 0.97? the version i'm running is the latest in the SUSE repositories.
>>> thanks... cheers!
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