[ardour-users] Newly compiled Ardour

Jimmy jhstaton at pldi.net
Sat Feb 12 16:14:07 PST 2005

On Saturday 12 February 2005 11:19 am, you wrote:
> Jimmy skrev:
> >On Friday 11 February 2005 04:31 am, you wrote:
> >>Jimmy skrev:
> >>>Hey thank for the site info. lots of good stuff there.  But after
> >>> reading most of the stuff there I still haven't seen how the deal with
> >>> fact that Thac's RPMS "Ardour 0.9beta24" appears to have been compiled
> >>> against GLIBC 2.3.4 and Mandrake 10.1 is at 2.3.3.
> >>>I appologize if I missed something, but is there a direct link to some
> >>>information on how to work around this, short of recompiling all my
> >>> App's with GLIBC 2.3.4.
> >>>
> >>>On Thursday 10 February 2005 01:19 am, you wrote:
> >>>>>I have to plead ignorance, I'm running Mandrake 10.1 linux and a
> >>>>>old version on Ardour 0.9beta10 and I'm beginning to learn how to  use
> >>>>>the basic Ardour.  I went to download a newer version of Ardour that
> >>>>> is supposed to be for 10.1.  But newer versions wants a higher
> >>>>> version of GLIBC than comes on 10.1.  How does this work you can't
> >>>>> just replace GLIBC  from what I can tell.  Any suggestions
> >>>>
> >>>>Check out Thac's RPMS. Read the Sound page and follow the directions to
> >>>>add his repository with URPMI. It will solve the dependency issues. You
> >>>>will need to add a "Contrib" repository too.
> >>>>
> >>>>http://rpm.nyvalls.se/sound10.1.html
> >>>>
> >>>>Cheers and Enjoy!
> >>>>
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> >>
> >>The reason for the new glibc is that i build my rpms on top of the
> >>latest mandrake multimedia kernel, xorg-6.8.2, Mesa-6.3,kde-3.3.2 and
> >>gnome-2.9 so it differs from standard Mandrake 10.1 but i have all the
> >>updates needed online.
> >>If you dont want this you will have to download the ardour srpm and
> >>recompile yourself.
> >>By using
> >>rpm --rebuild ardour...src.rpm which builds ardour with fst support by
> >>defult
> >>or
> >>rpm --rebuild --without fst ardour...src.rpm which build ardour wothout
> >>fst support (the version that i have online)
> >>
> >>/Torbjörn Turpeinen (Thac)
> >
> >Thanks this has been a big help.
> >one more quesion just so I have this clear in my head.  You said above "i
> > have all the updates needed online" does that mean:
> >
> >1. I can download all the pre compiles "Ardour relate" packages you have,
> > and use them with my system now? or
> >
> >2. I have to update my system to use the packages no matter what.
> >
> >I realize I have a 3 option also, I can also try recompling them myself,
> > with some luck.
> the easiest option is to add the urpmi repositorys i recomend online.
> mandrake-main-10.1,mandrake-contrib-10.1,plf-10.1 and my own 10.1
> then you use the mcc=mandrake control center and choose package
> management and then install
> there you can choose to show available packages by upgradability.
> /Torbjörn Turpeinen (Thac)

I would like to thank everyone for the help, all is well now with the audio 
I realized it was I/O errors (Idiot / Operator). I have 2 PC's one that I
do Audio with "the above problem child" the other for everyday use.  I had 
upgrade the everyday PC to mandrake 10.1 and thought I had done the same to 
the Audio PC, even though I had installed the 2.6.7 mm kernel and had Ardour 
0.9beta10 running on it was mandrake 10.0.  I decided to just ground up redo 
the Audio PC today.  Thanks to the people that helped, I have 0.9beta26 
running.  Thanks again. 

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