[linux-audio-user] ANN: Bristol 0.9.4

Thomas Kuther gimpel at sonnenkinder.org
Thu Apr 20 04:16:27 EDT 2006

On Wed, 19 Apr 2006 16:27:47 +0200
"Nick Copeland" <nickycopeland at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Bristol does a rather lightweight check for the presence of Jack - I
> did say it was the first release. Version 0.9.4-1 wants the header
> files in /usr/local/include/jack, the default location, and if they
> are not found there then compilation takes place without jack
> support. This will change in a present upload, using jack.pc instead
> to find the true location.
> You can 'resolve' this by doing the following:
> # mkdir /usr/local/include/jack
> # cd <bristol>/src
> # ./build clean
> # ./build
> When the directory is there the compilation will continue, and I
> assume that the header files will be present in some other more
> defualt location (such as /usr/include?). This may also fail if you
> have installed the Jack header files in some other location
> completely - you can hack the build scripts or send me an email, or
> wait for the present 0.9.4-X that will be uploaded soon.
> Regards,
> Nick.

Hmm just tried 0.9.4-1.src.041906 compiled as you explained above, but i
don't seem to be able to get it to use jack.
i did:
$ startBristol -b3 -jack &
or -audio jack

but it starts using alsa.
Any hints? :)


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