Hey there. I´m quite new to JUCE as a framework. I am trying to compile an app that compiles fine on my Linux Mint 17 system, based of Ubuntu 14.04. I am using JUCE 5 (unsure of the version atm).
The app works fine on Mint but as I try to run it on Ubuntu 16.04 (LTE, updated) it refuses to start, the standalone as well as VST2 in linux vst in Ardour and in Reaper. Both black-list the plugin.
JACK installed and is running fine and so is ALSA, thanks to the daw:s.
What in your opinions as JUCE devs is the proper setup for the most backwards compatible and cross-distribution ready release of an instrument?
- which distro is best to compile on? (do I need several? Like one Arch, one Debian (original) etc)
- which compiler and version is best to use for maximum backwards compatibility on Linux kernels?
- I see a lot of clang and clang++ here, but I am using g++, is that my issue?
I make vst-instruments. I have a working instrument made in VST2 and AU + standalone, working perfectly in macOS and now Linux Mint 17. Not sure about a fresh Mint machine (so big question there still un-verified).