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For Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid Lynx), there's a PPA containing binaries for Ladish, Laditools and Jack2 (with classic jackd and jackdbus enabled):
To install, just run:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ladi-team/ppa sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get dist-upgrade sudo apt-get install ladish laditools
To get the latest git versions of ladish, run:
sudo apt-get install ladish-git laditools-git
Additional packages are available, containing applications that support the ladish lv1 method.
Just check the PPA page for details.
After installation, check the tutorial
A note about the new "unity" interface in newer versions of Ubuntu: The unity interface uses appmenu for global menus. This causes gladish to crash with a segmentation fault. In order to bypass appmenu for gladish, add the following environment variable (e.g. to your ~/.pam_environment file):
After you add this line to ~/.pam_environment, you will need to run:
If you want gladish to start from the application menu, you'll probably need to log out and log back in.