[ardour-dev] Fwd: [ardour-users] fst configure error

Matthew Sewell matthewsewell at ojai.net
Wed Oct 13 13:34:31 PDT 2004

On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 13:18, Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 12:43, Josh Karnes wrote:
> > Paul Davis wrote:
> > > but yes, ardour is tricky to build and thats why we recommend that
> > > people use a distribution that supports tools like apt to make
> > > installation of this and other audio software more or less painless. i
> > > use PlanetCCRMA for just this purpose. i don't have time to spend on
> > > compiling and downloading dependencies for the tools i want to try
> > > out, and it works excellently for me.
> > 
> > Yes, that's exactly what I have been doing, with RPMs from planet CCRMA.
> > 
> > I had the 0.9beta19 RPM binary from planet CCRMA and it crashed when trying to 
> > edit any plugin. 
> 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?
> -- Fernando
I had this exact same problem with the 0.9beta19 RPM from CCRMA.  I
could add a plug-in to the track, but the whole thing would crash as
soon as I tried to 'edit' it--meaning when I right-clicked on the
plug-in name and selected 'edit'.  This was with RH9 with the
low-latency patch.

When I removed the RPM and built from source, the problem went away.

Honestly, I have had much better results with building from source than
with the RPMs from CCRMA--and I've tried both on several versions.

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