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documentation:compiling_installing_-_linux [2020/08/17 22:07]
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 ======Compiling and Installing on linux (LV2 only)====== ======Compiling and Installing on linux (LV2 only)======
 This guide will show you how to unpack, compile and install the lv2 version of the drumgizmo plugin. It will also show how to make it usable for the LV2 host Ardour. This guide will show you how to unpack, compile and install the lv2 version of the drumgizmo plugin. It will also show how to make it usable for the LV2 host Ardour.
-=====Install dependecies=====+=====Install dependencies=====
 The dependencies needed are: The dependencies needed are:
   * lv2 >= 1.0 (https://lv2plug.in/)   * lv2 >= 1.0 (https://lv2plug.in/)
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-If you also want the command line tool, replace the ''--disable-cli'' argumnt with ''--enable-cli''.+If you also want the command line tool, replace the ''--disable-cli'' argument with ''--enable-cli''.
 =====Compile from git sources===== =====Compile from git sources=====
 First clone the git sources as described [[:getting_drumgizmo#latest_source_code|this]] location. First clone the git sources as described [[:getting_drumgizmo#latest_source_code|this]] location.
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 When the ''make install'' step has been successfully performed plugin has been installed in the folder $HOME/.lv2/drumgizmo.lv2. This folder contain all the lv2 plugins for the current user and will automatically be found by the lv2 hosts. When the ''make install'' step has been successfully performed plugin has been installed in the folder $HOME/.lv2/drumgizmo.lv2. This folder contain all the lv2 plugins for the current user and will automatically be found by the lv2 hosts.
  
-Now fire up your favorite DAV and everything should be dandy.+Now fire up your favorite DAW and everything should be dandy.
  
 =====Using===== =====Using=====
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