[Ardour-Users] ./waf configure -> looking for glib -> not found

Wendy Van Wynsberghe wendy at constantvzw.com
Fri Mar 15 09:58:42 PDT 2013

aha, ok
--> understood -> the sudo apt-get logic got me on the wrong path

Indeed I had downloaded the source code - and I should not have

In any case -> I want to subscribe - but I cannot subscribe to Paypal

----> Back to square 0

I know you work hard, Ardour developer(s) - but I prefer to wire some
money with Wester Union - use Pledgie etc anything but paypal





On 15 March 2013 17:25, Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 12:10 PM, Wendy Van Wynsberghe
> <wendy at constantvzw.com> wrote:
>> Hey,
>> I'm trying to install Ardour 3 from source - as Mint ruined Gtk (pff,
> The binary bundle of Ardour does not require ANY libraries from your
> distribution except X Window and glibc. It doesn't matter what they did to
> any part of the system (wel, maybe excluding the video driver as well).
> Compiling from source is actually HARDER than using the binary bundles
> because you either need (a) 2.7GB of source code to be downloaded and
> compiled or (b) your distro to provide you with the right versions of rougly
> 70 different libraries.
> The binary bundle from ardour.org will Just Work (TM), and if it doesn't  I
> will make sure it does (within certain limits).
> --p
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