Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] ppc linux audio
From: NJCross (kcross_AT_linex.com)
Date: Fri Nov 15 2002 - 08:17:53 EET
(I think?) we're both using YDL. Just reading Michal's list of working
apps. Ecasound compiles on my YDL.
Sweep compiles and loads snd files but crashes when I try to 'play'. Ladspa
works fine. Someone from the sweep list said something like 'sound on Macs
are very difficult' (It's more likely YDL!)
Ardour,GDAM,Audacity won't compile -nada! Still,it's close but no cigar...
'snd' works like a dream. :-)
Ceres,Ceres3,Sono,bio and Mammut work perfectly once compiled with
'--with-gnome-libaudiofile'. Does anyone know where I can download the source
for Ceres2,the binaries won't work on my system?
Alas,NoTAM's Mix compiles but plays all snd files at half speed.
I still have to use the Mac's Logic Audio for multitrack :-(
Oh,and Rosegarden is OK!
On Friday 15 November 2002 06:18'ish, Michal Seta ecrit:
> FWIW, up to 2 days ago I was a happy debian-ppc user (iMac G3 350Mhz,
> RIP), making quite a bit of noise.
> here's what I had running:
> pd - AFAIK all externs were working on PPC, some needed some tweaking.
> iiwu - the latest version works (prior to that there were some endianess
> issues) snd
> csound - for some reason it would not render to .wav properly. aif was
> working fine though. GDAM
> ecasound (stable and unstable up to the CVS version)
> sweep - especially lately it was a delight
> jack (cvs, the tarball on the jackit site worked, too but I think it hasn't
> been updated in a while) ardour
> MuSE - but without the soft synths. The simply didn't work for some reason
> but I could aconnect the standalone iiwusynth with MuSE for that. I
> haven't tried the audio in MuSE, all I neede was a MIDI sequencer.
> Basically, most apps that I wanted to run or just try would compile
> [almost] out of the box. Besides the usual endianess problems, it was a
> pleasant environment.
> PS. I was the orginal poster about the ATA HD. Just to clarify, I simply
> wanted to recycle the drive but, for now, I'm on a PC linux box. On a PPC
> machine, mol is a great solution for "sharing" disks. I would start mol,
> ftp to my linux side grab/put what I needed etc. I don't really need to
> use the HFS+ side. Only the linux fs. I kept the MacOS mainly for
> Argeiphontes Lyre and SoundHack which I used occasionaly...
> hopefully I'll go back to PPC in the future.
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