Re: [LAU] SO-666 crashes Ardour [now SO-666 crashes Qtractor]

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To: Kim Cascone <kim@...>
Cc: Linux Audio Users <linux-audio-user@...>
Date: Sunday, March 13, 2011 - 3:33 am

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You should only use dpkg-buildpackage if you want to use the .deb file it
creates! If you're using a non-debian based system, just use "make; sudo
make install" to install it without any packaging. (executed from the root
directory of the folder, of course). I'd suspect that if you have
dpkg-buildpackage installed, you should be able to use the .deb file it
creates. Just check in the parent directory. That's a much nicer way of
installing it, and it makes uninstallation and upgrading so much easier.

Jeremy

On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 12:46 PM, Kim Cascone wrote:

> You can work around it by using the following magic:

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You should only use dpkg-buildpackage if you want to use the .deb file it c=
reates!=A0 If you're using a non-debian based system, just use "ma=
ke; sudo make install" to install it without any packaging.=A0 (execut=
ed from the root directory of the folder, of course).=A0 I'd suspect th=
at if you have dpkg-buildpackage installed, you should be able to use the .=
deb file it creates.=A0 Just check in the parent directory.=A0 That's a=
much nicer way of installing it, and it makes uninstallation and upgrading=
so much easier.

JeremyOn Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 12:46 =
PM, Kim Cascone <kim@anechoicmedia.com> wrote:

You can work around it by using the following magic:

=A0 $ rm -rf debian/source
=A0 $ sed -i s/1-1/1/ debian/changelog

And then:

=A0 $ dpkg-buildpackage -uc -us

gabriel& =A0Jeremy

thanks for the help - the magic workaround worked for building the plugs :)=

I'm assuming that everything needs to move to the proper locations indi=
cated by the file structure in the debian directory

so...

/home/kim/Desktop/downloads/jeremysalwen-So-synth-LV2-e399ee2/debian/so-syn=
th-lv2/usr/lib/lv2/

copies to:

/usr/lib/lv2/

and

/home/kim/Desktop/downloads/jeremysalwen-So-synth-LV2-e399ee2/debian/so-syn=
th-lv2/usr/share/doc/

goes into /usr/share/doc/

which I did

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next I tested it by

launching Qtractor 0.4.8

creating a track

added the LV2 SO-666 plug

and immediately the app crashed

also, tried with the bass and piano plugs following the same procedure

and the same thing happened

report from syslog:

kim-studio kernel: qtractor[12969]: segfault at 10 ip b366cde0 sp b22a4f30 =
error 4 in libsosynth.so[b366c000+3000]
Mar 11 09:41:06 kim-studio kernel: qtractor[12988]: segfault at 10 ip b34ec=
220 sp b2122f50 error 4 in libsosynth.so[b34ea000+3000]
Mar 11 09:43:04 kim-studio kernel: qtractor[13013]: segfault at 10 ip b36ff=
758 sp b22d5f30 error 4 in libsosynth.so[b36fe000+3000]

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Re: [LAU] SO-666 crashes Ardour [now SO-666 crashes Qtractor], Jeremy Salwen, (Sun Mar 13, 3:33 am)
Re: [LAU] SO-666 crashes Ardour [now SO-666 crashes Qtractor], Gabriel M. Beddingfield, (Sun Mar 13, 11:45 am)
Re: [LAU] SO-666 crashes Ardour [now SO-666 crashes Qtractor], Rui Nuno Capela, (Fri Mar 11, 11:26 pm)