Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] Triyng to compile pd (PPC)
From: Art Moore (g3art_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Mon Dec 09 2002 - 18:26:28 EET
It looks like you don't have the OSS compatible
libraries installed for alsa. Look at ./configure
-help to get those options installed with your source.
I've never used an iMic, I'm guessing it's a USB
device. Good luck getting it working on PPC, I just
have no idea there. Is it supposed to work on Linux in
--- Emiliano Grilli <emillo_AT_libero.it> wrote:
> > what about the debian version of pd that you
> > via apt-get? how does that work? Are you using
> > with pd? I know that was crashing a friend's
> > a lot.
> > Art
> I've not installed with apt-get, I simply symlinked
> /usr/include/tcl8.3/tcl.h to /usr/include/tcl.h and
> /usr/include/tcl8.3/tk.h to /usr/include/tk.h and
> the compilation went
> If I don't specify -alsa pd freeze completely the
> For now I don't use MIDI (first time trying pd), but
> I have a problem
> with audio on my iMic:
> snd_pcm_hw_params_set_format (input): Invalid
> Sample width set to 2 bytes
> snd_pcm_hw_params_set_format (output): Invalid
> And when I open the audio test page and click on
> "-40", I hear a very
> ugly noise...
> The internal soundcard of the ibook instead seems to
> work fine.
> I suspect that this has something to do with inputs,
> since internal
> soundcard doesn't have them.
> | Emiliano Grilli |
> | emillo_AT_libero.it |
> | Linux user #209089 |
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