[PlanetCCRMA] ams...etc

Robert Vogel vogelrl at ct.metrocast.net
Mon Dec 21 13:07:53 PST 2009

On Sat, 2009-12-19 at 22:59 -0800, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:

> On Sat, 2009-12-19 at 11:33 -0500, Robert Vogel wrote:
> > I installed Fedora 10 on my quad-core 64 AMD machine, then the Planet
> > CCRMA package. Mostly, it seems to run well and I am pleased.
> > 
> > But ... AMS seems to be broken. When I try the first of the demo
> > applications (bass_advenv.ams) it comes up with a dialog box:
> > 
> >  'could not find LADSPA plugin "Freeverb Version 3" from library cmt'
> > 
> > followed by another box
> > 
> >  'could not find LADSPA plugin "Mvclpf-3 from library "mvclpf24"
> > 
> > Then, the components appear unconnected on the brown background.
> Ams needs a bunch of ladspa plugins to do its work. They should have
> been pulled in as dependencies, I don't know why they are not
> installed. 
> Do a "yum list ladspa*plugins" and install whatever is not installed
> from the list (I don't remember which ones are needed). Then try
> again...

Thank you Fernando for the reply.

Here's what happens when I do the command:

# yum list ladspa*plugins
Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit
Installed Packages
ladspa-amb-plugins.x86_64                                  0.3.0-2.fc9
ladspa-blop-plugins.x86_64                                 0.2.8-7.fc9
ladspa-calf-plugins.x86_64                                @updates    
ladspa-caps-plugins.x86_64                                 0.4.2-4.fc10
ladspa-cmt-plugins.x86_64                                  1.16-1.fc10
ladspa-fil-plugins.x86_64                                  0.3.0-1.fc10
ladspa-mcp-plugins.x86_64                                  1:0.4.0-1.fc9
0.2-1.fc10.ccrma                               @planetccrma
ladspa-rev-plugins.x86_64                                  0.3.1-4.fc9
0.4.15-15.fc10                                 @updates    
ladspa-tap-plugins.x86_64                                  0.7.0-5.fc9
ladspa-vco-plugins.x86_64                                  0.3.0-6.fc9
0.3-1.fc10.ccrma                               @planetccrma

It is not clear to me what else is necessary. 


> > So then, I went to Synaptic thinking to uninstall it and re-installing,
> > but to do that it says it will also remove planetccrma-apps.
> You can reinstall a package from the command line with "yum reinstall
> package_name", but that would not fix this particular problem....
> -- Fernando
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