On 2012-04-26 12:35, R. Mattes wrote:
CPPFLAGS=-I/usr/include/rtaudio ./configure --target=linux
Thanks, that id it!
None, it didn't do any harm-
Phew :-)So now it builds, but when I run it, I'm unfortunately always greeted by a dialog saying "Your soundcard isn't configured correctly. Check the configuration and restart Giada", no matter what I tried (alsa/jack for instance) I'm always getting this error. Exactly the same behavior with the binary download.
Well my sound system is working perfectly well, thank you very much, why the c*** does giada complain? Any ideas?
Hmmm, I'm starting to think that this software is not really ready for prime time yet, it better be real good when it eventually (if ever) makes a bleep on my box...
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