> Hi everyone :)
> I am a DJ (psy trance/goa trance)
> Aaaannnnd! have I got a tale to tell.
> I wrote a whole heap of stuff on 0.4.2
> mixed it up rewrote it. Chucked it all
> in the bit bucket and started again.
> You can grab my stuff from http://atlantean.zxq.net/
> <a href=http://atlantean.zxq.net/>click here</a>
> Its all on the portfolio page. The mixup is
> terrible because it was on a slackware system that
> had no driver for the internal audio. Therefore
> I had no cue output. Anyway I did keep two cleanish
> tracks and they are available in wav and mp3 there.
> To cut a long story short I moved to freebsd 9 current
> and have since been having an awful time getting
> 0.4.6 to build on this hot off the press system
> I have attatched a text file with the various
> outputs that i thought might be relevant.
> Take care... keep writing!
And to the question "why not use an ordinary Linux distro?"
You miss a lot of dependencies (Qt stuff, libportmidi etc.) which
probably means you have to compile all that stuff yourself before you
can compile LMMS.
That's valuable time. Time in which you could install a Linux distro
with LMMS and make music.
But to each his own of course, if you want to use FreeBSD to make music,
you're free to do so.