[LAU] Sooperlooper SIGSEGV's on Intel Core 2 Duo?

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Date: Thursday, October 4, 2007 - 7:22 pm

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I was excited by the possibilities of SooperLooper, but alas it seems really SooperFlaky on my system.

It segfaults when doing common operations on a loop. It tends to be more flaky when using longer loops or loops which are imported WAV files.

My system info is here:
http://www.restivo.org/projects/asus/system-details/

I'm using the 1.0.8c-2 Debian Sid package of SooperLooper, which appears to be the most current released version.

I asked on the SooperLooper list and was met with crickets. Perhaps nobody there is using it on Linux, so I figured I'd ask here.

I tried FreeWheeling too, and had similar problems; after running for a while it'd just disappear on me.

- -ken
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