From: Lucas Bickel <hairmare@pu...> - 2003-11-23 14:26:45
I got omuse CVS to compile successfully some days ago...
Here are my Specs:
Linux taniquetil 2.4.22-ben2 #1 Thu Nov 20 02:35:00 CET 2003 ppc 7400,
altivec supported GNU/Linux
my qt is 3.1.2, jackd version 0.71.2, alsa-driver-0.9.0 altogether
running on my nice Powermac G4 with Gentoo Linux.
I had some probs with the autogen.sh and compile scripts.
Autodetect only found an old version of automake so i hacked the script
RCS file: /cvsroot/lmuse/omuse/omuse/autogen.sh,v
retrieving revision 184.108.40.206
diff -r220.127.116.11 autogen.sh
< amver=$( automake --version | head -1 | sed "s/.* //" );
> amver=$( automake-1.7 --version | head -1 | sed "s/.* //" );
< && echo -n "." && automake -a --include-deps \
> && echo -n "." && automake-1.7 -a --include-deps \
Second I had to run aclocal and tell configure not to test for qt
./configure --enable-maintainer-mode --enable-suid-install
--disable-doxy-treeview --enable-optimize --disable-qttest
First run of muse after a make install din't work. I've found out, that
it only works in non threaded debug mode -> muse -d. It Segfaults otherwise:
JACK: sample rate changed: 48000
NO Config File </home/hairmare/.MusE>
cannot set tick on /dev/rtc: Invalid argument
precise timer not available
Even though it doesn't fork off this way, I've been able to have look
into MuSE and do some playing with virmidi and stuff. My biggest problem
was muse segfaulting when I tried some of the synth GUIs. I reckon that
isn't a PPC specific problem after reading through the lists.
My next big task is finding a good modular softsynth that works with my
crappy hardware ;)