Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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$ apt-file search libjack.la
libjack-dev: /usr/lib/libjack.la
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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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Right! So this tells you /usr/lib/libjack.la is in libjack-dev. Have you got libjack-dev installed?

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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raboof wrote:Right! So this tells you /usr/lib/libjack.la is in libjack-dev. Have you got libjack-dev installed?
yes

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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If anyone succeeded in compiling Denemo 0.8.8 under debian unstable or testing, I would be very very insterested in knowing how this problem was solved.

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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PietroBattiston wrote:If anyone succeeded in compiling Denemo 0.8.8 under debian unstable or testing, I would be very very insterested in knowing how this problem was solved.
I documented this for you, and put it on the Denemo wiki so as many people as possible can take advantage of it (and extend it where I left things out ;) ).

See http://denemo.org/index.php/Compiling

Let me know if anything is unclear or doesn't work for you.

Edit: ah, I see now you're referring to the specific libjack problem mentioned above, not to compiling Denemo in general. Well, can't hurt to have this documentation up anyway, but sorry it won't help you much :)

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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raboof wrote:
PietroBattiston wrote:If anyone succeeded in compiling Denemo 0.8.8 under debian unstable or testing, I would be very very insterested in knowing how this problem was solved.
I documented this for you, and put it on the Denemo wiki so as many people as possible can take advantage of it (and extend it where I left things out ;) ).
Ehm... thank you very much, but my problem was not a regular compilation (I had no problems with 0.8.6)... you can find more info in this thread:

http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/denem ... 00013.html

bye

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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@ raboof, nice ' Educational instructions', something for the wiki!?!

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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@ raboof, nice ' Educational instructions', something for the wiki!?!
@ PietroBattiston, ask the debian multimedia team, they can help you: http://wiki.debian.org/DebianMultimedia

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studio32 wrote:@raboof, nice ' Educational instructions', something for the wiki!?!
Not really: the example is really geared towards Denemo, so I'd say the Denemo wiki is a good place for it.

If we wanted to refer to a more general 'guide to compiling stuff', it might make more sense to put it on the Debian wiki.

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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Regarding the original issue, see:

http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/denem ... 00114.html

Thanks for your interest.

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Re: Denemo on Debian (broke?)

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PietroBattiston wrote:http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/denem ... 00114.html

seems like the problem only happened on _my_ debian unstable install
I hate that sort of thing ;)
I was able to use it in building a new debian package, now available in the repositories:
Great!!

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