[linux-audio-user] problem compiling fst under suse 9.3 on AMD64
cesare at poeticstudios.com
Mon Aug 29 22:19:26 EDT 2005
Lee Revell wrote:
>On Tue, 2005-08-30 at 01:06 +0200, Cesare Marilungo wrote:
>>Lee Revell wrote:
>>>On Mon, 2005-08-29 at 22:17 +0200, Cesare Marilungo wrote:
>>>>Is this really needed? I thought that I could talk between 32bit and
>>>>64bit applications using jack.
>>>>I'm still also having problem with pure data. A x86_64 version from a
>>>>rpm gives different (and poorer) audio results from the same patch.
>>>>The 32bit works but just with OSS. Otherwise i get seg faults.
>>>Sounds like a huge pain in the ass for very little gain. Why don't you
>>>just run in 32 bit mode?
>>I'm using jack 0.99 that came with suse 9.3. I have jack libraries both
>>in /usr/lib and /usr/lib64. How can I invoke jack in 32 bit mode? I
>>guess I must compile it with -m32 gcc option and use a different name
>>for the binary. Is it correct? So why do I have also the 32 bit
>>libraries (in /usr/lib) (and a package called jack-32bit)?
>No, I mean run your whole system in 32 bit mode. Then try 64 again in a
>few months when the apps have had a chance to catch up. Otherwise it
>seems you're facing quite an uphill battle, unless you know how to port
>32 bit apps to 64 bit architectures...
I like to think that I'm helping the linux community by testing audio
apps on a less supported platform.
BTW, I got pure data to work, by compiling latest jackd and the testing
version of pd. I guess that the pd patch I was using for testing
'filter_floyd.pd' is a tricky one, in fact it seems to me that it has
been rewritten recently. I can talk with jack and everything.
Now I just need some way to host vst plugins. Everything else works.
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