Audacity 1.3.4-beta for testers
mschwendt at gmail.com
Wed Nov 21 17:09:35 UTC 2007
On 21/11/2007, stan <goedigi89__e at cox.net> wrote:
> > "Couldn't play" or "couldn't load"? For mp3 decoding you would need to
> > build "--with mp3" as you need libmad-devel which is not included with
> > Fedora. Loading ogg and wav works here.
> They loaded, but wouldn't play. The same error I get when running the
> versions from audacity.sourceforge.net.
> The dialog comes up saying to check the sound
> card and rate.
That's what I've described in the original post (for example, I here
would need to choose a "Project Rate" of 48 kHz to be able to play a
44.1 kHz WAV file). And it's one reason why Fedora cannot upgrade to
these new beta releases yet.
> >> Incidentally, even though the packages for audacity say 1.3.2, they are
> >> actually
> >> 1.3.4-beta.
> >> # yum list all | grep -i audacity
> >> audacity.i386 1.3.4-0.2.beta.fc7
> >> installed
> >> audacity-debuginfo.i386 1.3.4-0.2.beta.fc7
> >> installed
> >> audacity.i386 1.3.2-14.fc7
> >> fedora
> >> audacity-debuginfo.i386 1.3.2-14.fc7
> >> fedora-debuginfo
> >> audacity-nonfree.i386 1.3.2-0.6.beta.lvn7 livna
> > No, the list is correct. Notice the right column (which you get when
> > you run that command) where it says "installed". Where it says
> > "fedora" or "livna", it refers to an uninstalled pkg in the
> > repository.
> No, that isn't true. I actually installed them and checked the help,
> about for them.
> They are 1.3.4-beta.
No, the 1.3.2-* packages really are 1.3.2-beta. They are included with
Fedora and Livna. You mix up things somehow.
> And they don't work just like the downloads from
Right, because the code is broken. That's what I'm trying to prove. ;)
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