Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] ppc alsa audacity
From: Art Moore (g3art_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Nov 21 2002 - 08:14:54 EET
ok I talked to Matt Brubeck whos an audacity developer
and a linuxppc user. We finally figured out after much
work that audacity 1.0.0 and 1.1.1 are both broken for
ppc. audacity 1.1.0 works however. So I now have a
working audacity for my laptop. Matt uses it with OSS,
and I use it with alsa. So it works with both. Have at
Also I just installed sweep, looks and sounds like it
works just fine.
--- Matthew Yee-King <yeeking_AT_no-future.com> wrote:
> > > them running, and I've got a few oss compatible
> > > to run, but I don't have a audio sequencer like
> > > audacity or ardour. I've installed audacity
> 1.1.1, but
> > > It just gives me static when I play audio. Is
> this an
> > > Endian issue or what?
> i've had the white noise problem. i noticed that if
> the volume was really low in the app, it was usable
> almost. the weird thing is that when i had an old
> 2.4.10 kernel/ oss drivers on my pbook, apps that
> gave white noise with 2.4.19/ alsa 0.9 worked fine.
> (e.g. audacity, spiralsynth modular). i don't really
> know what an endian issue is precisely, but i just
> read that it comes from gullivers travels and has
> something to do with the byte order on the cpu.
> which sounds like a hardware issue, so how can the
> problem go away with a different kernel and the same
> also someone said they had gdam running on ppc
> (Michal Seta) - i've got the (possibly) endian
> problem with this - did you not have that problem?
> > yes, i encountered the same issue with some other
> > file editor (sweep i believe, i can't remember).
> > certainly looks - or rather sounds - liks an
> endian issue.
> > maarten
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