I tried installing fedora core 5 a few weeks ago and installing the ccrma packages, but I had no love… I couldn’t find any rpms either, and compiling wasn’t working out for me so well… I reinstalled FC4. Anyone have luck with FC5?
There were a few dependencies that took some work to satisfy but it’s running fine. I did not log everything I did but it was really just following the hints from http://ardour.org/building, doing whatever scons told me then going
scons install (as root).
Not all dependencies had RPMs on the Fed5 CDs. From the looks of the directory where I build things I needed to also compile from tarballs downloaded from the appropriate site (this list might not be complete):
Good luck - Grant.
Better late then never, I just ran yum as su and it installed all dependencies:
#yum -y install ardour
Dear Luke MacNeil, I have Fedora Core 5, and I have packages like ardour installed succesfully. I think you should search for rpms packages, a fantastic mirror of rpms is http://rpm.pbone.net/, here you can found lots of packages with their dependencies. I think you shouldn’t use yum,installations become easier but you can’t control deeply and easily what packages yum is installing.
Luke MacNeil Posted: Inserito da Luke MacNeil il Dom, 2006-04-23 03:01
Is there any way of controling what an rpm will install on your system anyway…
Kinoko en Orbite
I am running FC5 as well and I simply followed the instructions of Planet CCRMA; http://ccrma.stanford.edu/planetccrma/software/
I had no trouble whatsoever getting all the music packages installed - including jack, ardour and all dependencies. Things are easy when you have a full repository like CCRMA with the stuff you need. Things tend to get messy if you download individual rpms or use more than a handful of repositories at the same time. Just updates / extras + ccrma has worked fine so far. I’ve used that since Red Hat 9…
- Jorma -