Any Renoise interest?
raszobbi at gmail.com
Thu May 28 14:26:47 UTC 2009
On Tue, May 26, 2009 at 2:56 PM, Dieter <freebsd at sopwith.solgatos.com>wrote:
> > i had tried freebsd jack and expected it to work, but renoise does not
> > detect it at all.
> Perhaps renoise is not looking at the dir where freebsd jack lives?
do you mean the actual files, or the server stuff / where to 'send' the
sound ouput once jackd is running (?
> Ktrace(1) and kdump(1) might be useful to see where it is looking.
thanks, i was looking for these two in general;
> > when i tried to run the linux version, jack fails when trying to load
> > its "shared libraries",
> > such as jack_oss.so.
> Again probably looking in the wrong place. Good old static linking
> eliminates a lot of grief. Or figure out where jack_oss.so are
> and cp or mv them to some dir it is looking in, add a symlink,
> or change where it looks with LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
i got linux jack through an rpm, found the file it was originally looking
for (libjack.so.0) inside the rpm and copied it to /compat/linux folder.
which renoise found thereon, but then failed to load the mentioned shared
libs ..i.e jack_oss.so.
so i went back to the rpm and found them in a folder tree /usr/lib/jack/;
copied that to /compat/linux/usr/lib/jack and created a sym as /usr/lib/jack
to that folder/
i get from your reply that these linux '.so' files should still work on
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