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To run Ecasound, you need...: - Operating system that provides standard POSIX/SUS interfaces. Ecasound has been reported to run succefully on various combinations of GNU/Linux (starting from Linux 2.2+ and glibc 2.1+), FreeBSD 4.x+, Solaris 2.6+, Mac OS X 10.3+ and Win32/Cygwin 1.3.20+. Optional when running Ecasound: - for real-time audio input/output: ALSA, JACK or OSS runtime - for mp3 support: mpg123 (input) and lame (output) packages - for Ogg Vorbis support, the vorbis-tools package (ogg123 and oggenc) - for .aac/.m4a/.mp4 file support, the FAAC/FAAD2 tools - for .flac support, the FLAC package - for MIDI .mid file input: Timidity++ - for tracker module support: MikMod package - for aRts (legacy KDE) support: the aRts server package To compile Ecasound, you also need...: - POSIX/SUS development environment, compatible with 'The Single UNIX Specification, Version 2' (UNIX98): http://www.unix.org/version2/ Ecasound requires the following feature groups: - "Realtime": http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/007908799/xsh/realtime.html - "Realtime Threads": http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/007908799/xsh/feature.html#tag_000_005_003 - Standard C++ build environment (with support for STL and exceptions); tested with egcs 1.1.2, gcc versions 2.91.66, 2.95.X, 3.0-3.4, 4.0-4.3, and Sun Workshop 6 C5.2 C++. - GNU make. Optional when compiling Ecasound: - for extented file format support (aiff, snd, w64 and so forth): - libaudiofile (SGI audio file library) runtime, and/or - libsndfile - for higher quality resampling: libsamplerate - for pyecasound, the Python devel package - for curses support, the ncurses devel package - for LADSPA support, the LADSPA SDK package - for LV2 support, liblilv devel package newer than 0.5.0 - for ALSA support, the ALSA devel package - for JACK support, the JACK devel package - for aRts support, the aRts C-API devel package
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