[linux-audio-user] jackEQ: dj eq and meter.

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Tue Sep 16 00:15:01 EDT 2003

Alex wrote:
> On Mon, 2003-09-15 at 09:47, Patrick Shirkey wrote:
>>http://jackeq.sf.net. (only cvs, gtk+-2.0).
>>For those of you who are interested in DJ/CJ tools, tools for live
>>performance, and LADSPA plugin guis, you may be interested in a new app 
>>we are creating based on the code from JAMin. It's called jackEQ. The 
>>core is a new plugin Steve Harris released recently called DJ EQ which 
>>is a three band EQ commonly found on dj mixing consoles. It's currently 
>>only available in the swh-snapshots directory.
> Where does it search the plugin? I've compiled both (jackeq and
> swh-snapshot) without problems, but when I try to start jackeq it
> returns with: 
> Cannot find plugin 'dj_eq_1901.so'
> Required plugin 'dj_eq_1901.so' missing.
> But the plugin exists in the ladspa plugin dir (on SuSE 8.2
> /usr/lib/ladspa) and works perfectly when I run it from sweep, for
> example...
> Any hints?

I have mine installed in /usr/local/

That is the default so I'm assuming you specified --prefix=/usr/

I don't know why it doesn't find them there. Maybe you need to

	export LADSPA_PATH="/usr/lib/ladspa"

If you haven't already set in in ~/.bashrc


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