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Offline sunrat

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PulseEffects missing plugins.
« on: 2019/11/15, 06:39:53 »
There is a package called pulseeffects which has recently been  added to Debian Unstable. It is a GUI frontend for a number of audio plugins and was in Ubuntu for several years. It depends on a package from Ubuntu called lsp-plugins-lv2 and source is available from Github -
Without this package the equalizer and several other plugins don't work.
I wish to submit a bug report to request lsp-plugins-lv2 to be added to Unstable and have the dependency in pulseeffects corrected. As I run siduction but not pure Unstable, should I submit the bug to siduction rather than Debian?

I already have PulseEffects running nicely in siduction using the Sid package plus manual download and install of lsp-plugins-lv2 from Ubuntu Disco PPA. Steve Pusser has also successfully ported them for  MX-19.

Offline der_bud

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Re: PulseEffects missing plugins.
« Reply #1 on: 2019/11/15, 07:56:37 »
Debian Bug #940732 pulseeffects: Missing plugins
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Offline sunrat

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Re: PulseEffects missing plugins.
« Reply #2 on: 2019/11/15, 11:12:38 »
Thanks @der_bud. I should have looked there first. (slaps self over head)

I just tested the MX-19 lsp-plugins-lv2 package in siduction and it works perfectly. Added that information to the bug report to hopefully help it get packaged for Sid.