[linux-audio-user] Rewrite sfxload for native ALSA

Jack O'Quin joq at io.com
Thu Dec 4 21:07:40 EST 2003

tim hall <tech at glastonburymusic.org.uk> writes:

> MusE 0.6.1 depends on libjack0 (>=0.71.2) and libqt3c102-mt (>=3:3.1.1) The 
> latter seems intertwined with the whole kde structure. I have it installed 
> alongside kde3, but sadly not working yet.

> MusE 0.6.0 runs under woody & therefore kde2 (sort of) but has b0rked some of 
> my kde components, probably for similar reasons. Actually, I should qualify 
> that, MusE works fine, records and everything AFAIX, but I've somewhat broken 
> kde in the process. It depends (sic) on how much functionality you require 
> out of kde apps. 

I had a lot of trouble getting QT3 working on woody, too.  

The problem is that the C++ Application Binary Interface changed (yet
again) between woody (gcc-2.95.4) and sarge (gcc-3.2).  That `c102'
suffix in the library name is the method Debian invented for dealing
with this problem.  You really can't run those sarge packages on
woody, because they are binary incompatible with the applications that
were compiled for woody using gcc-2.95.

I finally located some QT3 packages on the net that had been
backported to run on woody with the old ABI.  They seem to work fine.
I'm not certain, but I think my packages came from here...



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