keltor at keltor.org
Fri Dec 3 10:36:08 PST 2010
On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 11:55 AM, Stuart Stegall <keltor at keltor.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 3:16 AM, treah blade <treah.blade at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I wasent sure if anyone was considering includeing this into the blfs book or not but I was curious if anyone has gotten it working well on a LFS system lately? Reason I ask is it seams to be all the rage around the distros and I was curious about it myself.
>> treah blade <treah.blade at gmail.com>
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> I have Pulseaudio working. I will try to write it up, but be warned
> there's about 12 OTHER libs you need and some of the GUI components
> need the full Gnome C++ bindings (though you don't actually need
> Gnome, just some of the libs.)
Preliminary w/o all the details ...
Requirements: alsa-lib-1.0.17, libsamplerate, libsndfile-1.0.8,
libatomic_ops-1.2, libspeex, libgdbm, xorg-7.5, glib-2.0, jack,
alsa-lib is in blfs
libatomic_ops is in blfs
libspeex is just speex in blfs
gdbm is in base LFS
xorg is in blfs
glib 2 is in blfs
jack is not in blfs and can be considered very optional
gconf is in blfs
dbus-glib is in blfs
libsndfile and libsamplerate are both easy to install. Libsamplerate
is more commonly known as Secret Rabbit Code.
It requires libsndfile to be installed first.
Both are basically the ./configure --prefix=/usr && make -j3 && make install
Pulse is built in a similar way thought it helps to read what's
detected after running configure to make sure all the packages were
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