Tested Fix for Ubuntu Trusty Silan bad cue in cue out times (play length) #197
Silan Version: 0.3.2-1build1 is BROKEN. It is fixed in later versions but not for Trusty.
Based on Daniel James' posts in Airtime Forum. https://forum.sourcefabric.org/discussion/17273/bugfix-silan-packages-for-ubuntu-14-04-lts-039trusty039-now-available
Edit /etc/apt/sources.list and add:
To check that it is properly installed do:
NOTE: This only changes new imports - it does not fix files that already imported.
@hairmare This really needs including in any Ubuntu Trusty Libretime install packages.
This was referenced
May 4, 2017
I think it is very important that we replace the legacy upstream packages with something not dependent on legacy upstream (ie. https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=855319). More info on this is also in the old taiga#18. I just started working on getting local builds from the NMU (info in #177 (comment)).
Adding install instructions to LibreTime would lead to users being very much at the mercy of legacy upstream. I feel it is negligent to recommend installing LibreTime in this fashion considering the AGPL issues some users have experienced with legacy upstream.
We do not understand this. This does provide an instant and tested workaround for users on Trusty - for a problem to which there is not, at the the time of writing, a solution in the current release - so it is of immediate use to some users, at least until your next release. As it is open source, License: GPL-2+ not AGPL, and works, it seems that you could adopt/copy/include the whole package into the Libretime Trusty installation pack, for automatic install, and not be at the mercy of anybody, as we suggested above. Closed as 'Unwanted'.
referenced this issue
Jan 10, 2018
@ghost How would one apply this in Xenial? When attempting to install, I get this message:
@ghost is the name GitHub assigns deleted users.
Complete instructions on replacing OS bundled versions of silan are available in the releasenotes.
Please create a new issue and post the exact steps you took that lead to the failure if the steps from the release notes don't work.