openmusic for ubuntu?

Rich E reakinator at
Wed Jan 9 11:38:13 GMT 2008

I don't think WINE would be a good option because it is not that stable for
audio work.  Also, getting JACK to work with WINE consistently is a problem
in itself, and then there is OSC to deal with too.. slightly easier but the
real solution would be to get all the libraries compiled under Linux.  I
know the IRCAM folks have been trying to do this for a long time now, I
doubt they will give up now, even if they can't devote consistent time to


On Jan 8, 2008 12:00 AM, Lord Whorfin <whorfingroups at> wrote:

> > As far as I see on their site it is possible to compile it on
> > winxp and MacOSX
> > .  I do not see possibility to compile n Linux.
> If one can compile it under WinXP, could it then be run under Linux using
> WINE or other emulation/virtualization software, or is there some
> incompatibility? If compiled for Mac, would it run under XNU (
> ), or could it be compiled *for* XNU? I
> doubt that the idea of packaging a Windows program that runs under WINE with
> Ubuntu Studio would be considered a good idea so this suggestion is for
> individual users. And I know this is running a bit far afield from Ubuntu
> Studio, but the point is to get the software working under an open source
> OS, so I'm grasping at straws with my suggestions.
> Whorfin
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