norv2001 at yahoo.com.au
Mon Jul 27 09:17:37 EDT 2009
I was compiling this Phasex on a stable 32-bit debian partition and make failed thus:
checking for GTK... yes
checking for ALSA.... no
configure: error: need ALSA >= 0.9.x
make: *** [config.status] Error 1
but my alsa pkgs are as follows
norv at stable32:~/PHASEX/phasex-0.12.0$ dpkg -l alsa-base
ii alsa-base 1.0.17.dfsg-4 ALSA driver configuration files
norv at stable32:~/PHASEX/phasex-0.12.0$ dpkg -l alsa-utils
ii alsa-utils 1.0.16-2 ALSA utilities
have I done something stupid?
Phasex is going great on another unstable 64bit partition, same machine..
Thanks again for Phasex!
----- Original Message ----
> From: William Weston <weston at sysex.net>
> To: linux-audio-announce at lists.linuxaudio.org
> Cc: linux-audio-user at lists.linuxaudio.org; linux-audio-dev at lists.linuxaudio.org
> Sent: Thursday, 16 July, 2009 5:52:32 PM
> Subject: [LAU] PHASEX-0.12.0-beta3
> Announcing the new public beta release of phasex! All phasex users
> are encouraged to upgrade. Since the days of 0.11.1, all known bugs
> and many annoying quirks have been worked out, making
> PHASEX-0.12.0-beta3 is the most stable, best sounding, and most
> studio friendly release yet:
> * Fixed all currently known crash issues and build issues. Code has
> been updated for newer versions of gcc, gtk, and glibc. Realtime
> threading issues have been fine-tined, using realtime locks where
> appropriate. The build system has been fixed up for newer
> distributions and includes default optimizations for the entire x86
> family (run './configure --enable-arch=foo', where foo is an
> architecture supported by your version of gcc).
> * Sound quality has been greatly refined by reshaping envelope
> curves (eliminating pops and clicks), adding hermite interpolation
> to the chorus (removing fuzziness from chorus), adding fine tuning
> to oscillator frequencies and FM amounts, adding sampled oscillators
> (currently with Juno-106 and vocal samples), fixing portamento
> and key triggering logic, and more.
> * The JACK code has been reworked to allow multiple instances with
> persistent instance numbers and resilience to JACK crashes and
> * The GUI has been refined slightly, with a new color scheme, patch
> folders in the file dialog shortcuts list, and a couple slight
> optimizations to the knob code.
> * There's more. See http://sysex.net/phasex/beta for details if
> you're that curious.
> Since 0.12.0-beta2, fixes have been implented for GTK >= 2.16
> (fixing Fedora 11 builds), the max polyphony has been turned into a
> runtime configurable setting, and the build system and default
> architecture specific optimizations have been fixed up some more.
> Source tarball and arch specific Fedora 11 RPMS are now available
> for download:
> Build reports and bug reports, and package build files for all
> distributions are highly welcome. This is the final beta for
> 0.12.0. Any build and crash issues reported in the next two weeks
> will be fixed for the 0.12.0 stable release. Please direct any
> feedback to weston at sysex.net.
> The latest version of phasex can always be found at:
> For those of you who use git:
> git clone http://sysex.net/git/phasex.git
> Thank you all for your support, feedback, and contributions over the
> years, helping to make PHASEX what it is today.
> Happy music making!
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