On Thursday 22 October 2009 04:08:13 am MST wrote:
> if you do "sudo apt-get install muse" you only get the ridicuously outdated
> version of muse in the repos, which does not show the immense efforts of
> the last time. The dependencies mentioned in the online manual are outdated
Yeah, I know! I'm starting to toy with Ubuntu more, maybe I should make
a package for it, but I don't know how...
> Here we go (valid for (X)Ubuntu 8.04.1):
> ./autogen.sh --prefix=/usr (only if you use CVS, not needed with
/usr/local is preferred, to avoid clashing with muse installed by packages.
Ubuntu already knows to look for executables in /usr/local/bin before
> export QTDIR=/usr/share/qt3
> ./configure --enable-rtcap --enable-maintainer-mode --disable-doxy-treeview
> --enable-optimize --prefix=/usr
(Again, use --prefix=/usr/local). I don't think the rtcap option is
needed anymore. I don't set it.
Am I right Robert?
[My problem is that I installed the Ubuntu RT kernel, (and yes, ALL
the headers), and the darn thing won't boot it! Some unresolved symbol.
I think Mandi has always been ahead of the RT game, in this respect.]
Here is my typical muse config line on Mandriva:
./configure --prefix=/usr/local --with-jack --disable-suid-install --disable-suid-build
--enable-arch=pentium4 --enable-optimize --disable-ladcca --enable-shared
> (if you are on Jaunt 9.04 now you need to do the -c superhack)
> in muse/widgets/Makefile line ~ 305
> you see:
> MUSECXXFLAGS = -g -fno-exceptions .....etc
> change it to:
> MUSECXXFLAGS = -c -g -fno-exceptions ....etc
Only required for muse CVS version, not the release tarballs.
It's because of libtool 2, you'll get a warning when configuring.
I'm working on this issue. Some success, but some problems.
> -------- Original-Nachricht --------
> > Datum: Thu, 22 Oct 2009 08:09:03 +0200
> > Von: Mathias Gyllengahm <lunarshuttle@...>
> > An: "muse >> lmuse-user" <lmuse-user@...>
> > Betreff: [Lmuse-user] The manual: System requirements
> > Hi all!
> > >>From the manual's system requirements it says that to build MusE 0.7
> > >> you
> > need:
> > * A Linux distribution (GNU/Linux Debian, Red Hat, SuSE, ...)
> > * A working windowing system (most likely X Windows)
> > * qt 3.2 http://www.trolltech.com/products/qt
> > * gcc 2.95.2 http://www.gnu.org/software/gcc/gcc.html
> > * glibc 2.1 http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/glibc
> > * Low Latency/Multimedia Kernel:
> > * kernel 2.4 with Low Latency patch compiled in manual here
> > * OR kernel 2.6 with module "realtime" also called the realtime-lsm
> > module * RealTimeClock support (/dev/rtc with CONFIG_RTC in your kernel)
> > * ALSA (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture)
> > - 0.5.9c (should be working but is not tested with 7.x)
> > - 1.x.x is tested and is working
> > * Jack - Jack Audio Connection Kit 0.98.1 (older versions won't work!)
> > - The "jackd" daemon of course
> > - libjack 0.98.1
> > - libjack 0.98.1 development files
> > * libcap-dev 1.10++ (is working, maybe older versions, too)
> > .....
> > Now, I've never kept track of what I use with my system but things
> > have become much easier throughout the years. By looking at this list
> > you get the impression that it's extremely complicated to get things
> > up and running. On my Ubuntu system the only thing I can remember I've
> > changed is the /etc/security/limits.conf , to allow myself to run
> > processes with realtime priority (at least that's what I think I do
> > when I change it).
> > Most of these requirements are ridiculously outdated, aren't they? It
> > looks extremely complicated to build MusE... I haven't used a low
> > latency kernel in years and it works okay for me, but perhaps I'm not
> > picky enough.
> > Oh, my usual installation procedure when I want to just run MusE is
> > 'sudo apt-get install muse'. Done! Oh, and the
> > /etc/security/limits.conf for realtime.
> > BR,
> > Mathias
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