Installed packages on Raspberry Pi running Debian Wheezy. Tried to make benchmarking, got error in RTMath.cpp saying, "Sorry, LinuxSampler lacks time stamp code for your system."
Same problem here.
Strange, as older versions seems to have been working fine on RPi - as a lot of people have been using Rpi with LinuxSampler during the last years...
Note : I'm using Raspbian with LS v. 2676.
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> Same problem here.
> Strange, as older versions seems to have been working fine on RPi - as a lot of
> people have been using Rpi with LinuxSampler during the last years...
After applying a dirty trick to fix the RTMath.cpp problem, there is another compilation error:
../../common/atomic.h:1190:2: warning: #warning libs/pbd has no implementation of strictly atomic operations for your hardware. [-Wcpp]
VirtualMidiDevice.cpp: In member function 'bool LinuxSampler::VirtualMidiDevice::NotesChanged()':
VirtualMidiDevice.cpp:113:40: error: 'atomic_sub' was not declared in this scope
Thanks a lot!
Oops, wrong report, sorry. Reverting status of this report.