[Sugar-devel] Audacity under Sugar
dcastelo at plan.ceibal.edu.uy
Thu Jul 29 18:44:07 EDT 2010
Try installing this package: *compat-expat1
On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 7:33 PM, Sean Linton <sean at lpnz.org> wrote:
> The audacity.xo download is not loading on the computer I have.
> Is it known to work elsewhere?
> I am on:
> build 802
> Sugar 0.82.1
> Firmware Q2E41
> On 30/07/2010, Daniel Castelo <dcastelo at plan.ceibal.edu.uy> wrote:
> > In this page you could find a sugarized version of audacity
> > http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Activities/All
> > I dont know if this bundle has all the feature of the last audacity.
> > On Thu, Jul 29, 2010 at 12:34 AM, Sean Linton <sean at lpnz.org> wrote:
> >> Dear All,
> >> I am working on a conference presentation on ICT enabled networking
> >> for indigenous music foundations. I have been working on some ideas
> >> with David Leeming who as supplied me with an XO machine while I try
> >> to work some things out on it.
> >> We are looking at the potential for using Audacity as a tool to help
> >> enable and create content for community radio stations. The idea being
> >> that the XO can be used to record audio an then send low latency audio
> >> code to the radio hub as oggs or mp3s.
> >> I have installed audacity using
> >> yum install audacity
> >> It is no problem for me to run "audacity' from the command line,
> >> however I am aware that OLPC developers are trying to keep the sugar
> >> gui.
> >> I have been also trying to find the lame libraries to enble the mp3
> >> export function, but have limited success adjusting the
> >> /etc/yum.repos.d or /etc/yum.conf files. I think I need to access the
> >> ubuntu multiverse? I have no problem working in .ogg format but I am
> >> not sure if everyone feels that way?
> >> I would be interested in using the 'sugarize' script that you wrote to
> >> give audacity 'activity' status, with icon, and journal compatability.
> >> Would you be able to discuss with me how to sugarize audacity, or walk
> >> me through your script? Audacity has options for saving files; the
> >> "save" function creates a file that only audacity can read (aup).
> >> Mp3/Wav/Au/Ogg require "export". Perhaps the *aup file would be useful
> >> for journal use, eg. by chmod -x ( asigning it executble status have
> >> it run audacity from journal? )
> >> I have also been looking at introducing new insruments to the
> >> tamtam suites, ethnic instruments based on the local instruments of
> >> the XO distributions, eg Panpipes on Tamtam for computers in the
> >> Solomon Islands? Can you suggest a way to implement this?
> >> Sincerely
> >> Sean Linton
> >> Ph D Student
> >> Otago University
> >> Music Department
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> > --
> > Ing. Daniel Castelo
> > Plan Ceibal - Área Técnica
> > Avda. Italia 6201
> > Montevideo - Uruguay.
> > Tel.: 601.57.73 Interno 2228
> > E-mail : dcastelo at plan.ceibal.edu.uy
Ing. Daniel Castelo
Plan Ceibal - Área Técnica
Avda. Italia 6201
Montevideo - Uruguay.
Tel.: 601.57.73 Interno 2228
E-mail : dcastelo at plan.ceibal.edu.uy
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