Re: [linux-audio-user] Any MIDI apps that don't suck?

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Date: Tuesday, December 3, 2002 - 3:42 pm

Le Mardi 3 Décembre 2002 09:27, vous avez écrit :

> > long time I refused to give either MusE or Brahms any serious

For MusE you don't need the CVS. MusE seems difficult to install but is not
It is in fact straightforward now since there is a configure script.
Well may be it will ask for some tools or libs to be upgraded, but i don't
remember such a thing or having troubles on my Mdk8.2
The most annoyant part is the QT3 library. MusE will need
and may be you don't have it on your system by default.
So it forces you to recompile the qt3 yourself even if you have it :(
It will takes hours to compile, yuck.
After that big task, you have to declare some QT3_PATH in your /etc/profile,
then MusE should compile without a hassle. (even with gcc2.96).

Again MusE takes 1 hour to compile on a 800 mhz.

The pre4 had a weird bug preventing any usage, 3 days latter the pre5 is out.
It compiles fine and seems to work ok. I will report if there are any problem.


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Re: [linux-audio-user] Any MIDI apps that don't suck?, Chris Cannam, (Mon Dec 2, 12:19 pm)
Re: [linux-audio-user] Any MIDI apps that don't suck?, Linium, (Tue Dec 3, 3:42 pm)