From: art moore <g3art@ya...> - 2002-10-10 20:30:05
first of just like to say audacity rocks! I've been
using now for awhile on my Intel box. I'd like to get
it running on my powerpc laptop, but I haven't had
much success as of yet.
First I tried with a BenH kernel with dmasound_pmac
(2.4.19), and the only error message I got was,
"couldn't open the sound device /dev/dsp" or something
like that. Not wanting to be defeated, I download the
alsa source, compliled that and got it up and running
with xmms playing mp3s just fine. Now when I run
Audacity (from CVS) I just get a big load hiss. an
improvement, but not quite there.
Has anyone had any success with audacity on Powerpc I
have a pismo apple laptop.
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From: Matt Brubeck <mbrubeck@cs...> - 2002-10-10 21:02:28
On Oct 10, art moore wrote:
> Has anyone had any success with audacity on Powerpc I
> have a pismo apple laptop.
I use the unstable version Audacity 1.1, which works well with the
dmasound_pmac driver. Download 1.1.0 or get the latest code from CVS.
Eventually, Audacity will support ALSA natively and this will be the
best way to do sound on PowerPC Linux.
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