Re: [Rosegarden-user] RG 14.02 configure can't find depends

2014-07-14 Thread k-14

Got it done, thanks. I had run into the prob before but had forgot about the 
-dev packs. They must have been all aboard (it so happens) on the last attempt 
(since my original mesage) and so the last install just plain worked :-)


On Sun, 13 Jul 2014 17:54:32 -0400
Larry Battraw lbatt...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,
 
 I thought I'd add a little more info on this problem since I had
 similar issues on an Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) system when I compiled from
 source.  First off, any dependencies that are satisfied with a RPM
 install are not the same ones that will need to be present when you
 compile from source.  The Rosegarden RPM will only have binary
 dependencies against other binary packages like libjack.  When
 compiling from source you must have all the source-level dependencies,
 which can only be satisfied by installing the dev packages (That, or
 compiling all the dependencies from source and installing them, a
 hassle you really don't want).  There are five or six dev packages
 that you must install-- jack, fft3w, libdssi, liblo, etc.  It would be
 nice if configure would give *all* the dependencies you are missing at
 once, since normally it will get to the first missing dependency and
 quit instead of letting you know them all.
 
 At any rate you will need to run configure and install the dev
 versions of the packages configure is complaining about.  This can be
 a little tricky since the dev packages may not all be named simply
 package_name-dev.  I usually use a apt-cache search command to find
 what packages have the right package name plus dev or devel, but I
 can't remember what corresponding method in Suse is, so I apologize
 for that.  Hopefully I will have clarified what you're missing in
 terms of packages.
 
 Good luck!
 -Larry

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Re: [Rosegarden-user] snd-rtctimer

2014-07-14 Thread ram
 On Sat, 12 Jul 2014, German wrote:

 Hello list. Just installed Rosegarden. However when I start it, it says:
 Rosegarden was unable to find a high-resolution
 timing source for MIDI performance. It then advice me to load the
 module, modeprobe snd-rtctimer. However I don't have such a module on
 this system. How serious is this? Thanks

 Use a Kernel with HZ1000 set. Those kernel packages have usually
 lowlatency in their name. The message vanishes then.

 Lowlatency kernels are good both for Rosegarden and for JACK.


Unfortunately they tend NOT TO WORK with proprietary graphics drivers from
AMD/ATI and NVidia.

My recommendation, is to ignore the message, and try Rosegarden out with
your existing configuration and see if you can notice any problems/delays.
If there is a problem you can always switch kernels IF the version you are
using is not necessary for the graphics driver you are using.






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