jani at ubuntu.com
Thu Apr 17 10:43:25 EDT 2008
> the lib will have a 64 if csound was built for double (64 bits)
> precision. Since the OLPC uses the float build it uses a different
> file (this setup allows a system to have both floats and doubles
> version of csound without conflicts).
Changing the makefile to link agains libcsound64.so made it build so
that is fine. Are there runtime incompatibilities I should be aware of
and which could make it not run on debian?
>> Hardcoded paths starting with /home/olpc were changed too but it still
>> does not play any sound - the graphics are stunning though! :)
> The version of csound for the XO is a modified version which among
> other things uses the alsa output module by default. The normal
> version defaults to portaudio. You would need to check whether csound
> is actually producing sound on your machine. You can use many of the
> manual examples (e.g. oscil.csd), which are configured for realtime
> audio. If csound is producing output tamtam should too. I tried it
> some time ago on a debian machine, and it worked fine.
I tried a while ago and it worked and from pippy as well, but the latest
package does not. So it is may not be a tamtam issue after all.
>> csound is 5.08.0 do you know if that should be OK?
> yes, the current version of OLPCsound is a cvs version a little later
> than the official 5.08, but there should be no important changes.
>> Minor change to get it to build with -Werror with g++ 4.2.3 (Ubuntu 8.04)
> Can you post the error?
two instances of
warning: deprecated conversion from string constant to ‘char*’
which are eliminated by the patch I attached yesterday
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