From: David <david.baelde@en...> - 2008-04-29 07:04:38
Bill Upp wrote:
> I am running Ubuntu 7.10 and installed Liquidsoap through
> the Synaptic Manager.
> When I run liquidsoap, I get this:
> No bytecode file specified.
> When I run liquidsoap -version I get this:
> The Objective Caml runtime, version 3.09.2
> When I run liquidsoap -h add I get this:
> Unknown option -h.
> Hope this helps in your analysis.
Obviously the Ubuntu packet is broken, it seems that they stripped the
liquidsoap binary -- the Debian guys wanted us to do it too, but they
asked and we explained that ocaml bytecode programs should not be
stripped. Anyways I'm also wondering why liquidsoap on Ubuntu is
compiled to bytecode and not nativecode... might be outdated. Which
version do you have on Ubuntu 7.10 ?
The conclusion for you is to install liq by yourself, using the Debian
package (official or daily), or the sources (tarball or SVN).
The conclusion for us is that we have to get the Ubuntu package fixed.
Someone should report a bug about this issue.
Thanks for the feedback,
Le Tuesday 29 April 2008 08:04:20 David, vous avez écrit :
> The conclusion for us is that we have to get the Ubuntu package fixed.
> Someone should report a bug about this issue.
Well, I gues this users has the 0.3.2 package which is known to be broken for
a long time now.
The 0.3.6 package present in ubuntu 8.04 seems to be ok so far.
Anyway, yes, ubuntu release often, but ubuntu release without extensive tests,
which is a pain for us, I've had exactly the same kind of issue with
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