I am running LIVES 1.1.8-1 on Ubuntu Karmic 9.10 and I am suffering pulseaudio
issues. The sound is very intermittent and noisy, unusable. As pulseaudio is
performing well on all my other audio applications, I am wondering if there is
any specdial configuration for LIVES. I can't use it as it is now.
I'm the Ubuntu package maintaienr for LiVES. Where did you get the 1.1.8-1
packages from? GetDeb or Debian unstable?
Thanks for the assistance
I don't know that much about the GetDeb packages, but could you try running my
packages? At the moment, the packages are only in Debian, but I've filed a
sync request to get them into Ubuntu lucid, so they should be moved across
soon. I'd be happy to help you install the packages from Debian, or you could
wait until they're synced to lucid. Alternatively you could contact the GetDeb
people and ask for help. I imagine filing a bug report at
probably the best way.
I will be delighted to test your packages, provided they will not broke the
Karmic system as I need it...
I am available for testing (not a linux newbie, I am a gnome developer)
They definitely shouldn't break your karmic system, there's only relatively
minor changes since the previous version. After thinking a while, it would
probably make more sense for you to use some packages compiled on Ubuntu. I'll
compile them for you and upload them somewhere. Are you using i386?
Yes, i386. Thanks a lot, I'm happy to test!
Before installing my packages, you'll need to remove the GetDeb one. You can
either do that with your favourite package management tool or with 'sudo apt-
get remove lives' on the command line. Then run the following command to
download and install my packages 'wget http://oftle.com/lives_1.1.8-1_i386.de
&& sudo gdebi libweed0_1.1.8-1_i386.deb && sudo gdebi lives_1.1.8-1_i386.deb
&& sudo gdebi lives-data_1.1.8-1_all.deb'
unmet dependency: libatk1.0-0 (>= 1.29.3)
Download and install http://mirrors.kernel.org/ubuntu/pool/main/a/atk1.0/liba
tk1.0-0_1.29.4-0ubuntu1_i386.deb (the version of libatk from
lucid) then try again.
Thank you but, as I said, I prefer not to install libraries from newer
releases. I have a very stable system now.
Ok. In that case I would reccomend to either wait until lucid is out, or
install Debian unstable/testing/Ubuntu lucid in a chroot or virtual machine.
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