On 06/10/2011 10:08 AM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
Cool! All set then.
Well - Note that there may be troubles ahead: How do you "tell" dpkg
that libjack is installed to satisfy dependencies?
It was (and may still be) a rather tricky thing to have custom jackd in
/usr/local/ without breaking debian jack dependencies. I tend roll
custom deb packages from jackd2-svn in /usr/ for my purposes.
Having both libjack in /usr and /usr/local/ will cause jack trouble.
Maybe there's an easier way these days?
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