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im running slackware 10 and i'm trying to run audacity, the open source digital music editor. when i tried to compile it, it said i needed wxwindows(are wxwindows and wxwidgets the same thing?), so i went to wxwidgets.org like the install file said and got the latest unix/gtk+ version of wxwidgets(was that what i should have gotten), compiled it, and installed it. then i tried to make audacity and it had errors at the very end of the compilation, i tried installing it anyway but that wouldnt work. i also tried getting a .tgz of audacity 1.2.2 and installing and running it but it says "error while loading shared libraries: libwx_gtk-2.4.so". what i want to know is what is wxwidgets and wxwindows? did i install the right version(unix/gtk+) and did i install it right? how can i get audacity running?
ok, i reinstalled widgets and audacity compiled and installed perfectly. only problem is it complains about my sound i/o device and says i cant play any sounds or record any sounds when i try to play or record a sound. i compiled it to use portaudio v19 or something because the configure file told me i should because im using alsa...
aha! it needed to be restarted. i tried to specify /dev/dsp before and it wasn't available. but after a restart, i ran audacity and it configured it by itself. playing/recording works, but when i record something it's not loud enough. how can i fix my mic volume? i set the mic volume to max on audacity and alsamixer, but i still cant hear it unless i blast my speakers
Last edited by slinky2004; 10-19-2004 at 02:06 PM.