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Re: [linrad] Almost there but not quite
Installing Linrad in Madrake 9.1 is easy when you have done it more than
once....hi,hi..the first time is a bit tricky...hi..
Depending on your computer speed, the "make" comands can take long time,
so be pacient and take some beers... :-)
First, you have to run Linux as "root", if you are on a console window
then you enter your root password.
Second, you have to install "nasm" assembler and "svgalib"( in my
mandrake 3 CDROM distribution nasm was included as .rpm file)
After svgalib install you need to edit a config file called
Last thing is ./configure, then "make", ./linrad.
Very important : After installing linrad, run "aumix" and set Line input
as recording device.
I do not give any details cause you can follow instructions in Leif's
homepage step by step, they are very well explained and detailed. I have
done it here in my Mandrake 9.1 with my 1200 MHz athlon and Mandrake 6.1
in the 486 and works great.
Everything in Linux requires a little effort,but when it works, the
system runs very stable. Be prepared for reading a lot of doc files, but
you will learn many things!! Be carefull with the beers....hi.
Windows Millenium hangs here several times a day, or do strange
PD: For compiling programs you need to have "gcc" compiler installed,
so select it during Linux Mandrake install process. It is also a good
idea selecting "kernel development" in case you need in the future (not
Sorry for the bad english.
> I have Mandrake 9.1 installed and downloaded linrad 01.01 Ran "config"
> which appeared to go smoothly and then ran "make". Recvd the message
> "linrad.map permission denied" No linrad executable was created.
> Any and all suggestions please.