Re: FLDigi & Slackware
- Well, there's no terminal output since fldigi is running under X. I downloaded the latest binary tar.gz, which should not need the dev libraries.
The online documentation called out PortAudio as a required library. I pulled that one in and built it...make check claimed that the installation was good.
I wonder if there might have been a problem with the order I installed stuff. Since it's a fresh install, I might just do it over.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Ed <autek@...> wrote:
> On 02/23/2013 01:07 PM, bobsch59 wrote:
> > I am actually having problems getting fldigi to start up on Slackware
> > 14. I was using it with great success on Debian squeeze but just went
> > back to Slack (I started with Slackware; the last version I ran was
> > 10.0. The Debian habit of being behind the times with libraries in
> > stable was causing me too much problems with other applications) and
> > she won't start up. I obtained the hamlib, libsamplerate and
> > PortAudio and got them built and installed correctly. My existing
> > .fldigi directory is still in my home directory.
> > Any hints?
> Well some terminal output might get some help from the list, right now
> its anyone's guess.
> Default sound is Pulse, not Portaudio.
> Did you install all the needed -dev libraries ?
> Ed W3NR
- I always forget that. I'll see what led tells me.
--- In email@example.com, jhhaynes@... wrote:
> Have you tried the ldd command to see if any needed libraries
> are missing?
- On 02/23/2013 08:16 PM, bobsch59 wrote:
> Well, there's no terminal output since fldigi is running under X. I downloaded the latest binary tar.gz, which should not need the dev libraries.Open a terminal window and enter 'fldigi' and then <Enter>. The messages
produced might be a big clue to the problem.
> The online documentation called out PortAudio as a required library. I pulled that one in and built it...make check claimed that the installation was good.I use fldigi with Port Audio under Slackware (13.37) and it works fine.
Slackware has notoriously had problems with Pulse Audio.
- As it turned out, fldigi was demanding PulseAudio. Once I had that and json built and installed fldigi came right up. Thanks everyone for the tips.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "w4lkk4icx" <lkirkland@...> wrote:
> I just did a fresh install of Slackware 14.0 and the latest Fldigi. It runs great with zero problems. For some reason Pulseaudio and Slackware have never coexisted nicely, but with this new 14.0 release all is happiness and joy. See on the digital modes!
> Larry W4LK