I have been happily using Ardour 3 on Ubuntu Maverick, but recently started using Natty Narwhal. My Maverick installation was 64-bit, but I wanted to give VST support on Ardour a go, so went back to 32-bit. Using SVN, I can compile and install the code, but when I go to start Ardour it gives this error:

`WARNING: Could not check your glib-2.0 for mutex locking atomic operations.`

exec: 39: /usr/lib/ardour3/ardour-3.0: not found

this is what is in /usr/lib/ardour3:

`shayne@shayne-Inspiron-1420:~$ ls /usr/lib/ardour3/`

libardourcp.so libgnomecanvas-2.so.0.0.0 libtaglib.so

libardourcp.so.4 libgtk2_ardour.so libtaglib.so.0

libardourcp.so.4.1.0 libgtkmm2ext.so libtaglib.so.0.0.0

libardour.so libgtkmm2ext.so.0 libtimecode.so

libardour.so.3 libgtkmm2ext.so.0.8.3 libtimecode.so.0

libardour.so.3.0.0 libmidipp.so libtimecode.so.0.0.0

libaudiographer.so libmidipp.so.4 libvamphost.so

libaudiographer.so.0 libmidipp.so.4.1.0 libvamphost.so.0

libaudiographer.so.0.0.0 libpbd.so libvamphost.so.0.0.0

libclearlooks.so libpbd.so.4 libvampplugin.so

libevoral.so libpbd.so.4.1.0 libvampplugin.so.0

libevoral.so.0 librubberband.so libvampplugin.so.0.0.0

libevoral.so.0.0.0 librubberband.so.4 surfaces

libgnomecanvas-2.so librubberband.so.4.1.0 vamp

libgnomecanvas-2.so.0 libsmf.so

I’m assuming this has something to do with enabling VST support? Or not … I don’t really know and can’t find any info on what may have went wrong

Can anyone help me out with this?