Re: [linux-audio-user] ANN: Bristol 0.9.4

From: Nick Copeland <nickycopeland@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Wed Apr 19 2006 - 17:27:47 EEST

Bristol does a rather lightweight check for the presence of Jack - I did say
it was the first release. Version 0.9.4-1 wants the header files in
/usr/local/include/jack, the default location, and if they are not found
there then compilation takes place without jack support. This will change in
a present upload, using jack.pc instead to find the true location.

You can 'resolve' this by doing the following:

# mkdir /usr/local/include/jack
# cd <bristol>/src
# ./build clean
# ./build

When the directory is there the compilation will continue, and I assume that
the header files will be present in some other more defualt location (such
as /usr/include?). This may also fail if you have installed the Jack header
files in some other location completely - you can hack the build scripts or
send me an email, or wait for the present 0.9.4-X that will be uploaded


>From: Hector Centeno-Garcia <h.centeno@email-addr-hidden>
>Reply-To: A list for linux audio users
>To: A list for linux audio users <linux-audio-user@email-addr-hidden>
>Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] ANN: Bristol 0.9.4
>Date: Wed, 19 Apr 2006 10:15:58 -0400
>Nick Copeland wrote:
>>The bristol synthesiser emulation software 0.9.4 has been uploaded to
>>It includes the finalised Oberheims, a Rhodes Bass piano. The Korg
>>MonoPoly has been added but is work in progress. The filters were
>>rewritten and many of the waveform generation algorithms. Contributions
>>mean it should now compile on 64bit systems.
>>The audio interface now includes native Jack support, but this is the
>>first release with this code and your millage may vary. The engine will
>>register for one input port and two output ports. The engine may have to
>>run as root at the moment until more realtime support is put into the
>>code. Initial feedback from beta testing was mixed, so the standard
>>disclaimer applies - "it works on my system".
>>Feedback on the jack interface directly if possible:
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>Nice release! Thank you very much, I'm glad to see that this project is
>still alive. I was trying to use it with jack but couldn't make it. I
>passed the flags -audio jack and -jack and it kept connecting through alsa
>directly (or oss?). What could be wrong?

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