Error in configure script

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Error in configure script

Postby seawright » Sat Jul 14, 2012 11:02 pm

I assume that --enable-libsalsa=YES is not a valid command line argument when running configure from the Mercurial sources however the resulting error message clearly states that it is.
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$  /usr/src/oss/configure --enable-libsalsa=YES
/usr/src/oss/configure: Unrecognized command line option --enable-libsalsa=YES

Permitted command line arguments are:

   --enable-libsalsa=YES|NO   - Enable/Disable libsalsa.
   --target=uclinux-blackfin   - Configure for uClinux/Blackfin target (EXPERIMENTAL)
   --regparm         - Configure for CONFIG_REGPARM kernels
   --no-regparm         - Configure for kernels without CONFIG_REGPARM option.
NOTE! --regparm/--no-regparm is normally detected
      automatically and these switches should NOT be used.

   --config-vmix=NO|FLOAT|FIXEDPOINT   - Configure vmix to use float/int arithmetic or disable it.
     (Check possible limitations caused by the OS or the CPU/arch).
   --config-midi=NO|YES      - Enable/disable MIDI support.
   --only-drv=[list]      - Only compile the drivers named in the comma delimited list.
   --enable-timings      - Enable internal timings (for the readtimings utility).
   --portable-build               - Produce portable binaries for generic CPU architecture.

Either error message requires changing to:
--enable-libsalsa=NO - Disable libsalsa.
or an option of:
"--enable-libsalsa=YES")
needs to be added to the configure script.
regards
Clive
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Re: Error in configure script

Postby igorzwx » Sun Jul 15, 2012 9:34 am

seawright wrote:I assume that --enable-libsalsa=YES is not a valid command line argument when running configure from the Mercurial sources however the resulting error message clearly states that it is.


It is a known bug.
Have you tried to google the forum, before asking questions?

cesium wrote:oops - it's a bug in the script. Well, the default is still 'yes', so if you want to enable libsalsa, just don't give that argument... viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4401#p17581


What do they mean when they say Linux gives you more freedom?
Freedom to look around to Linux forums for answers to all the problems you'll have.
http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/in ... 939AAoJQcr
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Re: Error in configure script

Postby seawright » Sun Jul 15, 2012 12:36 pm

Hmm. Last reported in Aug 2011 and still not corrected.
Is there a bug tracker?
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Re: Error in configure script

Postby igorzwx » Sun Jul 15, 2012 1:15 pm

seawright wrote:Hmm. Last reported in Aug 2011 and still not corrected.
Is there a bug tracker?


It is not very probable that OSS4 developers use a kind of ritual technology of "bug-tracking".
If they have a "bug tracker", it might be somehow "restricted" for Ubuntu users.
The reason is obvious: One bug report to rule them all
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