[PlanetCCRMA] redhat 9 repository, status report

Janina Sajka janina@rednote.net
Wed Apr 9 17:58:01 2003

Is there also a source repository on Planet CCRMA for those of us who just have to try our own builds? What would that entry be in sources.list? Thanks.

Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano writes:
> From: Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano <nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
> Not yet, not yet, getting there... :-)
> There is now an apt repository for RedHat 9 (Shrike), for now contains
> the full distribution and the latest security updates (no Planet CCRMA
> stuff there yet). 
> This is not yet documented in the web pages in any way, it is an
> "advance preview" for those of you that cannot wait before trying the
> latest. The entry you need in /etc/apt/sources.list for the os and
> updates repositories is (all in one line):
> rpm http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/apt redhat/9/en/i386 os
> updates
> So... what about the Planet CCRMA stuff??? I'm getting there. Here is
> what is currently missing in my local compile machine:
> - gem (some compilation error)
> - soundtracker (hard: the jack api for the transport layer changed)
> - nyquist (easy: just a missing header somewhere)
> - ecamegapedal (have not looked at it hard)
> Did not yet try to build: gdam, mammut, aqsis, filmgimp, and other
> non-audio or video related applications. For some apps I built newer
> versions, for others I stayed at the current one because building all
> this is enough of a job in itself. I just updated  jack again to current
> cvs so I'll probably rebuild all of the clients again before releasing. 
> I switched ecasound to cvs (temporarily), the latest official release
> will not build with the current jack. I also had to go to cvs with
> spiralsynthmodular to get proper (working) jack support. 
> All other apps build (well, who knows, I may be forgetting something), I
> did not test all of them but the ones I did test seem to be working
> fine.
> More coming up soon. 
> -- Fernando
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