Reporting bugs against a LinuxSampler (sub)project:
Check if your bug has already been reported.
If a related bug doesn't already exist,
report a new bug
(you have to
create a Bugzilla account
for this, if you don't have one already).
Write full and complete bug reports so we can fix your problem as soon as possible.
Do NOT send us copyright protected instrument files unless you've got the permission to do so! Better try to recreate a tiny instrument file that reproduces your problem.
In case LinuxSampler crashes, we need a
of the crash to be able to investigate the crash. To generate a back trace, compile LinuxSampler with debugging symbols turned on like this:
CXXFLAGS="-O0 -g3" ./configure && make
You don't even have to install the compiled sampler. You can now launch it like this:
libtool --mode=execute gdb --arg src/linuxsampler
and the sampler should now be running as usual. Use it, reproduce the crash, and as soon as the crash happened type
and copy & paste the back trace printed on the console in your bug report on this website.
In case of crashes and compilation errors, please also mention the precise compiler (i.e. gcc, clang) and the compiler's precise version in your bug report.