[PlanetCCRMA] compiling liblo for sooperlooper

mjnoble not8ohm@iinet.net.au
Mon Dec 6 21:10:02 2004

hi all,

ok, so I figured the last one out with a bit of reading about the prefix
flag, recompiled the liblo library, and lo and behold, managed to build
sooperlooper - almost.

starting jack via qjackctl and then starting sooperlooper now gives me:

cannot connect to jack
cannot connect to audio driver
cannot initialize sooperlooper
gave up
Stored settings into /root/.sooperlooper

is there any way to find out more detail on what is failing?  could it
be a LADCCA issue, as I've noticed that LADCCA is not working properly
(getting a "Could not connect to LADCCA server; LADCCA disabled" message
when starting alsa patch bay..)



mjnoble wrote:

> hi christian and list,
> In attempting to compile sooperlooper I had to also build liblo as per 
> the compile requirements.  I'm new to this, as you may tell.  I 
> thought I had succefully installed the library, however on attempting 
> ./configure for sooperlooper, it fails on the liblo requirement - it 
> can't find the newer version.
> specifically:
> Library requirements (liblo >= 0.10) not met; consider adjusting the 
> PKG_CONFIG_PATH environment variable if your libraries are in a 
> nonstandard prefix so pkg-config can find them.
> sure enough, it appears the library is installed in /usr/local/lib 
> when the packager is looking in /usr/lib.  sorry if this is a 
> screaming noob kind of question, but how do I compile the library in 
> the right spot, or point the sooperlooper compiler to the right place?
> regards
> michael noble