[Ardour-Users] Export hangs after script executing

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Wed Feb 24 02:51:52 PST 2016

On Wed, 24 Feb 2016 11:35:19 +0100, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>On Wed, 24 Feb 2016 11:21:12 +0100, JoergSorge wrote:  
>>I'm on ubuntu 14.4. I'm not sure if
>>is right? How can I find out the path?
>>And when I wish to have classic AND dbus, are thats the options?
>>--classic --dbus --autostart=dbus|none|default|classic    
>I suspect the resume from the different possible Arch builds and the
>Debian tracker rules might be:
>--prefix=/usr --classic --alsa --dbus --firewire
>FWIW for Ubuntu, upstream is considered to be Debian.
>Seemingly the "autostart" option isn't important.
>It's your choice if you prefer
>Distros install to /usr, users perhaps want to install to /usr/local to
>distinguish between installs from official packages and
>software individually build by the user. In the end it doesn't matter
>what location you chose, as long as it's mentioned by
>  $ echo $PATH  


You are aware that you need to remove the existing package, before you
install your own build of jack?

You are aware that if you don't build a package, you'll break

You could build a dummy package that fakes to provide jackd2 (with
equivs), you could build Debian/Ubuntu packages (e.g. use the
Debian/Ubuntu src package and replace it with the git pull and use the
Debian/Ubuntu tools to build a package), or you could manually rm the
existing files, but keep the installed package and install your version
without a package (an evil solution).

Assumed jack is build against a lib that in the future should be
upgraded by official Ubuntu repositories and then should break the
soname, you need to rebuild jack against this lib.

As soon as you build something on your own, you are on your own.

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