[Ardour-Users] Export hangs after script executing

Ralf Mardorf ralf.mardorf at alice-dsl.net
Wed Feb 24 04:22:04 PST 2016

On Wed, 24 Feb 2016 12:43:14 +0100, m.eik michalke wrote:
> - download both the *.orig.tar.bz2 and *.debian.tar.gz files from
> that site
> - unpack the *.orig.tar.bz2 archive
> - cd into the new directory
> - unpack the *.debian.tar.gz here
> - run "dpkg-buildpackage -b"
>that should rebuild the package(s) properly and set dependencies to
>what you have installed on your machine.

As long as there's no need to edit the control file and/or the rules
file, e.g. because upstream already provides updated Debian control and
rule files, if not, the user needs to check the control and rules files.

Assumed the official repositories break a soname dependency by an
upgrade, the user needs to care about this and rebuild the package
against the new libs. The new packages by one way or another could
become a continuing building lot, at least if Ubuntu backports/security
updates should be used.

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