[linux-audio-user] Re: Attracting more Linux audio developers
ka1iic at prexar.com
Wed Dec 13 15:36:04 EST 2006
I had this weird experience a week ago,,, I was compiling a sound application
and it over wrote a part of my libc in some way and caused my xmms that I
used to play old radio shows on my second audio card to fail... I didn't
notice it until I tried to use xmms the other day... now I got to figure out
which one did the deed... that should be great fun <heh>
awww well... all in a days work <heh>
On Thursday 14 December 2006 01:04, Erik de Castro Lopo wrote:
> Vince Werber wrote:
> > I keep a log of what libs I install but for the life of me... I can't
> > remember what I do have without the log... so... I guess I do it too!
> > <heh>
> Quite honstly, i think almost nobody should be installing libraries
> from source. Rather, I think people should install the pre-packaged
> library from their distribution.
> The only exception to the above, is developers actually working on
> the library and the hopefully rare cases where a developer needs to
> test a bleedign edge version of a library that the distribution
> has not yet packaged.
> As a library author myself, the only two libraries on my system that
> were installed from source are libsndfile and libsamplerate.
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