bruviaro at scu.edu
Wed Aug 28 15:26:10 PDT 2013
Did you register (i.e., create an account) at ardour.org before making your
payment? This way, you can always log in again and download the latest
ready-to-run version for which you donated for. For example with a one-time
donation now (which you just did), you can download the latest Ardour 3.x
as many times as you like as long as you have registered instead of making
an "anonymous" donation. This page explains it better:
If you (like me) want to always have the latest version without having to
build from source, this is the best way to go -- a registered donation or a
regular subscription. Relying on the standard Ubuntu repositories will
always get you an older version of Ardour.
Hope this helps,
On Tue, Aug 27, 2013 at 7:42 PM, leo <leokn at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I just paid $20 (well worth it, wish I could afford more) to download the
> new Ardour 3.3.1. with PayPal.
> I just installed UbuntuStudio LTS 12.04.3 64 bit on another hard drive (
> "SATA II" ), which came packaged with an older Ardour version.
> I tried to update it through the Launchpad PPA, but even though it
> appeared to update ok, it reverted to the older version.
> Confused, I went to the Ardour.org website, when I discovered that a
> payment was required to get the latest version.
> I'm ok with paying something towards all your efforts, folks, and I intend
> to donate more to the Ardour cause in the future!
> I have 2 questions:
> 1) The download is a .tar file ( Ardour_64bit-3.3.1-dbg.tar) and I
> don't know how to use it as an installation medium.
> 2) The Ardour version I already have, and have been using on this here
> drive ( "SATA I", which is running Ubuntu 13.04, 64 bit ) is version 3.3.,
> so how do I get support for both hard drive different versions?
> Thank you in advance, Leo Newburn
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