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Installation on Debian
There no packages of laditools and ladish for Debian yet, so they should be installed from GIT.
First, install "jackd" version 2 with D-Bus enabled as described for "unstable" and "stable" below.
Debian "squeeze", "testing", "sid"
apt-get install jackd2
Proceed to section "LADISH" below.
In the older releases, apparently for package dependency reasons, a packaged jackd is required.
The following procedure was tested with the "master.jackd2" branch from the Debian GIT repository. The produced packages act as drop-in replacements, and most packages depending on jack/libjack will continue to work.
git clone --branch master.jackd2 git://git.debian.org/pkg-multimedia/jack-audio-connection-kit.git cd jack-audio-connection-kit debuild cd .. dpkg -i jackd_1.9.5-1_amd64.deb libjack0_1.9.5-1_amd64.deb libjack-dev_1.9.5-1_amd64.deb
Finally, install LADISH from source as described in the installation instructions.
Note: I prefer to install everything into /usr by issuing
./waf configure --prefix=/usr
at configuration time.
As an alternative, you can only install the D-Bus service files into /etc, everything else into /usr/local:
./waf configure --enable-pkg-config-dbus-service-dir