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kamix

   0.6.6  

KDE Sound Application

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Downloads:  9344
Submitted:  Feb 10 2004
Updated:  Apr 19 2007

Description:

A KDE mixer application for KDE 3 and ALSA, that was born to provide some support for what official kmix lacked.

I've been asked if kamix is still worth development... I just don't know!!!

This 0.6.6 will be the last release of kamix. Since now, I'll start a new project named kalsamix, which will be a copy of kamix, to avoid name clash with SuSE's kamix and kamix linux distro. Stay tuned on kalsamix




Changelog:

Changes since 0.6.5:
* Fixed a bad check for item enums, that could lead kamix to crash at startup
* Correctly show dB values both on item and on OSD
* Support enumerated values on each channel
* In DCOP interface, accept a increment/decrement value
* Better tray icon update
* Added presets to systray menu
* Better channel detection
* Removed Debian subdir

NOTE: precompiled binaries have VU-meter built in, thus aRts is required (and launched). If you don't want so, please recompile from sources configuring with --disable-vumeter




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 dependencies failed

 
 by Pacemaker on: Jul 27 2004
 
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I have Suse Linux 9.1 and i want to install kamix.
But kpackage tells me...
error: Failed dependencies:
libaudio.so.2 is needed by kamix-0.5.4-2
libexpat.so.1 is needed by kamix-0.5.4-2
RESULT=1

What i have to do now ?

Thanks in advance
Pacemaker


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 Re: dependencies fai

 
 by steunix on: Jul 27 2004
 
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Actually I don't use Suse, but those two missing libraries are part of two packages, named libaudio2 and libexpat in a Debian system. I suppose that Suse package names are similar (or the same), so try finding and installing those.

Bye.


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 Failed dependencies

 
 by Pacemaker on: Jul 28 2004
 
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Hi
It seems to be that there is no rpm with libaudio.
I have tried to convert the debian package to an rpm package with alien. But the conversion fails.

I think this is the reason that Suse Linux is shipped with kamix 0.0.7

It is possible for you to make a compatible kamix one for Suse Linux ?

Thanks
Pacemaker


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 Re: Failed dependenc

 
 by steunix on: Jul 29 2004
 
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Ahem, kamix in Suse and my kamix are completely different. Name clash, badly. Anyway I will inspect this libaudio dependency, which actually should not be there.


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 RE:kamix

 
 by Pacemaker on: Jul 29 2004
 
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Hi

Okay.
I hope that you solve the problem :)

Thanks
Pacemaker


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 Re: RE:kamix

 
 by steunix on: Jul 29 2004
 
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May it be "audiofile" package?


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 Dependences Prob.

 
 by pchaffey on: Jul 29 2004
 
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I have just been around the same problem with dependences (also using SUSE with what is left of v9.0). Firstly I didn't realise either that SUSEs kamix was not the same as the kamix here. I came across this as I thought my version (being 0.07) seemed a triffle too close to Alpha for my liking !!

I am using KDE 3.14, ALSA 1.0.3-37.

Looks like a SUSE DEB difference, just guessing, but isn't libaudio and libexpat well underneath KDE.


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 dependencies

 
 by lkcl on: Aug 16 2004
 
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please, if you don't like the fact that suse doesn't deal with dependencies for package installations then please use debian instead.

apt-get install and it will grab all the packages - and all dependencies - and all subdependencies - ad infinitum until the last squeezed drop of dependententness has been wrung out!

anyway: i feel sure that the issue you describe can be answered with a search on google, giving your OS and the error messages.


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 bug with systray

 
 by lkcl on: Aug 16 2004
 
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unlike kmix, running this program more than once results in more than one instance... and therefore more than one kamix in the systray.

oops.


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