Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] audacity and Mandrake
From: matt yee-king (yeeking_AT_no-future.com)
Date: Wed May 01 2002 - 14:14:18 EEST
I built audacity from the source code. I think you'll find it finds the
libraries better when you build it from source. And if it can't find
them and they are not vital then it reconfigures itself to cope with it.
i think audacity is a great editor. The developers are really friendly
as well. (and they want/ need user feedback). I really like Snd as well,
but its more difficult to learn.
On Wed, 2002-05-01 at 08:51, Anahata wrote:
> Greetings all, I'm new to this list!
> Has anyone got Audacity to work on Mandrake Linux?
> I tried to install the RPM, but it's complaining about missing libraries.
> Installing wx-GTK fixed one of the complaints, but some of the others are
> confusing me. It asks for ogg and vorbis libraries and another
> gtk-related library, and if I ask urpmi to install them it says they are
> already there. Or, in the case of 'vorbis' I'm not sure which package it
> really means, but libogg0 doesn't make it any happier.
> I suspect that I need to create some symlinks in /usr/lib to alias some
> files to othes with slightly different names in the same directory, but
> does anyone know exactly which ones?
> I'm not very used to Mandrake, so I may be missing some quite basic stuff
> Alternatively, a clue about how to get GLAME to do anything sensible at
> all would be appreciated. That installs fine, but it's far from obvious
> even how to do a simple top and tail operation, for example.
> I'm doing it with gnoise now. That installs and works but the user
> interface is tedious and it doesn't seem to do much. I've used an older
> version of Audacity under Debian and I like it much better, but I have
> other reasons for not going back to that whole installation.
> anahata_AT_treewind.co.uk Tel: 01638 720444
> http://www.treewind.co.uk Mob: 07976 263827
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