Re: Troubles: x11amp, eplus, searching libs, SLab.........
phillip Neumann wrote:
> I discover that when i want to here some music with x11amp, i must boot
> my system with the "default" kernel image. I cannot play any mp3 with
> x11amp when i boot using my custom image.
> In the kenrel options of sound i have:
> Sound card support (Module)
> SB support
> /dev/dsp and /dev/audio support
> MIDI interface support
> FM synthesizer support
> IO, IRQ, DMA stuff (not default)
> i have try to enable "Additional low level driver" and "ACI mixer", but
Did you also compile the modules for your custom kernel and install
them? Did you compile module support into the kernel? What does
'insmod sound' say?
> The same go for ePLus. When i want to execute ePlus, i must be using the
> default image kernel too. when using my custom kernel eplus said:
> "Shared Memory Error: Function not implemented"
Don't know what eplus is, sorry.
> I have kernel 2.0.34., maybe sould i upgrade to a newer one??
> I'm looking to the lib "libsrgp.so.1". I think is could be somthing to
> do with SVGAlib, is there a quick way to know what package sould i
> install to get libX.X.X ??
The easiest way for me is to run dselect and do a search. Once on the
selection screen, type '/' and type in 'srgp'. That should take you to
the first package related to srgp. Use '\' to continue the search. The
combo of '/' and '\' will take you to every package with 'srgp' in its
> Someone recommend me Slab. the description sounds great, but i canot use
> it. It said:
> " ./mixslab
> Application initialization failed: Can't find a usable init.tcl in the
> following directories:
> /usr/local/tcl/lib/tcl8.0 /temporal/slab/lib/tcl8.0
> /temporal/tcl8.0b1/library /temporal/slab/library
> This probably means that Tcl wasn't installed properly.
> I know i have TCL8.0 installed. find said me its in /usr/lib. What sould
> i do? i tyr to put the tcl path in the path.
Does slab allow configuration of paths? For tcl8.0, init.tcl is in
/usr/lib/tcl8.0/init.tcl. Use 'dpkg -S init.tcl' to verify. I'm
assuming slab isn't provided as a deb package (couldn't find it in
dselect), so maybe slab needs to be recompiled with different
parameters, like looking for tcl stuff in usr/lib/tcl8.0/. If you
installed the debian version of tcl8.0, then I think the problem is with