when running overtone on 32 bit OS over a 64bit linux architecture (use 'overtone.live) doesnt work #227

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gregnwosu opened this Issue Mar 28, 2013 · 8 comments

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I noticed that get-in native-scsynth-library (I paraphrase) was only returning true for 64 bit architectures on linux, would this be a simple fix? if so i can submit a patch

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samaaron commented Apr 2, 2013

Try it first to see if it fixes things - if so, let me know!

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samaaron commented Jul 3, 2013

Any luck?

no i dont think it worked... gave up :(

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samaaron commented Jul 13, 2013

I believe you might need to compile scsynth for 32bit linux. At some point soon we'll need to recompile everything for the latest version of scsynth.

For now, you can use the external server solution. Do you have any problems with that approach? https://github.com/overtone/overtone/wiki/Connecting-scsynth

Not really was doing this on my laptop so I wanted overtone on the move
will try compiling scsynth
On 13 Jul 2013 19:58, "Sam Aaron" notifications@github.com wrote:

I believe you might need to compile scsynth for 32bit linux. At some point
soon we'll need to recompile everything for the latest version of scsynth.

For now, you can use the external server solution. Do you have any
problems with that approach?
https://github.com/overtone/overtone/wiki/Connecting-scsynth


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/overtone/overtone/issues/227#issuecomment-20924680
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samaaron commented Jul 13, 2013

Compiling scsynth shouldn't be necessary, unless you want to contribute a binary back for our internal server. Using the external server is just as portable - you just run scsynth in a completely separate process. You should be able to get scsynth with apt-get install supercollider.

Aha, I thought remote meant off host add opposed to off process will retry
On 13 Jul 2013 21:42, "Sam Aaron" notifications@github.com wrote:

Compiling scsynth shouldn't be necessary, unless you want to contribute a
binary back for our internal server. Using the external server is just as
portable - you just run scsynth in a completely separate process. You
should be able to get scsynth with apt-get install supercollider.


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mxjxn commented Jan 9, 2017

more or less the same issue: I want to be able to use overtone.live on 32-bit, running the server internally. I'm hitting a dead end in overtone.sc.machinery.server.native. The highlighted namespace doesnt seem to exist. I searched for those and similar terms throughout the overtone organization and couldnt find the library in question.

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