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AlbertoZ wrote:I contacted the Audio Damage support, telling them the issue of GLIBC 2.29. Chris Randall responded instantly, he'll build a new version of Continua linking to 2.27.. Its very good to see such a responsive support from a developer, let's hope to have it solved.
great!
hope he will update roughrider3 too..

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new version(s) was posted yesterday.. roughrider3 loaded fine in bitwig, and worked for a short while, but then completely locked up my machine... needed a ctrl-alt-backspace to get it back again.. :-/

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skei wrote:new version(s) was posted yesterday.. roughrider3 loaded fine in bitwig, and worked for a short while, but then completely locked up my machine... needed a ctrl-alt-backspace to get it back again.. :-/
I reported similar issues to the AD support.
In reaper seems to load and work fine, but it doesn't work in Carla.
Let's see..

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Roughrider needs also libcurl4, at first it didn't work in Carla but after installing libcurl4, it works ok

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I briefly tested RoughRider in Reaper, and it seemed to work fine. However, now I have an 'Audio Damage' directory in my home directory that I did not create. I really hate it when *nix software does that, creating unnecessary clutter! (And in my experience it's usually only ports made my people not primarily developing for *nix that do that). Hidden files exist for a reason, you should never create non-hidden directories inside a user directory without the user's permission!

Edit: sorry if that comes off as slightly ranty. This issue just happens to be kind of a long-standing pet peeve for me. :lol:

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Quanta native build for Linux ready :D ...

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AlbertoZ wrote:
Fri Mar 13, 2020 7:16 pm
Quanta native build for Linux ready :D ...
Yes. :D
This seems like a synth right up my alley. Really interesting!
But unfortunately, when I download the demo, it doesn't show up in Mixbus (32C, my main daw).
Qtractor recognizes it and loads it just fine, but as someone has mentioned here about other plugins, it seems Quanta is blacklisted by Mixbus, and probably Ardour. Hope to see this fixed, as Quanta really seems like a great instrument.

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@thebutant

What version of libc6 are your running on your system?

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GMaq wrote:
Tue Mar 17, 2020 11:02 pm
@thebutant

What version of libc6 are your running on your system?
libc6 2.30-0ubuntu2.1
Could that be related to the not showing up in Mixbus, showing up fine in Qtractor-thing?

I run Pop!_OS 19.10 with KXStudio repos.

EDIT: I see from previous posts the issue with old libc6 builds. However I run the Quanta demo mostly without problems in Qtractor (one crash). It just doesn't show up at all in Mixbus (32C).

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Also AXON02 is now provided as Linux Native build. :D
This is really fun to play with, have a look..

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