[PlanetCCRMA] VST in Fedora Core 4. Success anyone?

BJaY BJaY@safe-mail.net
Sat Mar 4 03:38:01 2006

Success ! I managed get a plugin going, and transfering sound with jack : The further difficulties I encounterd were :

Had to get earlier version of vst sdk (Than one on Steinberg site)
had to do apt-get dist-upgrade
The dist upgrade installed a new version of apt - had to rename planetccrma.list.rpmsave for new apt
Had to insall ccrma devel packages
see thread Can't apt-getplanetccrma-audiovideoapps-develforfc4
It wasn't a problem with the naming of the vst foler.

-----Original Message-----
From: Carlos Pino [mailto:pinojazz@gmail.com]
Sent: 24 February 2006 18:05
To: BJaY
Subject: Re: [PlanetCCRMA] VST in Fedora Core 4. Success anyone?

BJaY wrote:

>I got : 
>[root@localhost fst-1.7]# make
>cp -a `find . | grep 'vstsdk[^/]*\$'`/source/common ./vst
>cp: cannot stat `/source/common': No such file or directory
>make: *** [hackheaders] Error 1
>Tried nameing the vst sdk folder a number of different things a number of different things.
>I forgot to mention, before building fst you have to unzip the VST SDK
>in a folder named "vst" in the fst source directory.
 hi,if you're using the last vstsdk2.4,it doesn't  work with the current 
fst1.7 version,cause the files are changed.
 Get the vstsdk2.3 here

and follow the steps  as explained here:


  Hope this help.


>On 2/23/06, Luis Garrido <luisgarrido@users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>>I am having some success with the following procedure:
>>1) yum install wine wine-devel
>>This will pull the latest wine from the Fedora Extras repository. At
>>the moment this is wine-0.9.7-3.fc4.
>>2) Now download fst 1.7 from
>>3) Untar it, enter the folder and make (no configure necessary)
>>4) Then you can try your favorite vst with
>>./fst plugin.dll
>>Let us know if this works for you.