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Cabbage install on Fedora 32

I’ve just installed Cabbage on Fedora 32 and there was a problem with the install. After running Cabbage 2.5.0 I got an error that the library libcurl-gnutls couldn’t be found. After some sleuthing, I found a similar problem that suggested setting a symlink to libcurl, i.e.

/usr/lib64/ -> /usr/lib64/

Afterward when starting Cabbage, the following is output:

Cabbage: /lib64/ no version information available (required by Cabbage)
Cannot connect to server socket err = No such file or directory
Cannot connect to server request channel
jack server is not running or cannot be started
JackShmReadWritePtr::~JackShmReadWritePtr - Init not done for -1, skipping unlock
JackShmReadWritePtr::~JackShmReadWritePtr - Init not done for -1, skipping unlock

But! I can load instruments and play them fine. Once.

Pressing Play, Stop, then Play results in a crash with the following output:
Cabbage version:2.5.0

backtrace() returned 11 addresses
/lib64/ [0x7fe7c9ff04a7]
/lib64/ [0x7fe7c9aca860]
Cabbage(+0x22eff6) [0x55edfbe2eff6]
Cabbage(+0x22f439) [0x55edfbe2f439]
Cabbage(+0x2102fa) [0x55edfbe102fa]
Cabbage(+0x50eabd) [0x55edfc10eabd]
Cabbage(+0x5198fc) [0x55edfc1198fc]
Cabbage(+0x5186ce) [0x55edfc1186ce]
Cabbage(+0x1e61dc) [0x55edfbde61dc]
/lib64/ [0x7fe7c9ab5082]
Cabbage(+0x1e7d4a) [0x55edfbde7d4a]
Csound tidy up: Segmentation fault

Any tips on getting Cabbage to run a little more smoothly?

Many thanks,

Hi @InformationEntropy and welcome to the forum. I’d recommend you build the latest dev branch instead of 2.5.0. At least we’ll be on the same page then. I assume you built this version yourself?

Actually, no I didn’t, but I’ll give a custom build a try.

Where do you recommend downloading the VST2 SDK? On the Steinberg page there’s only VST3, as near as I can tell.

They are no longer available, but you should be able to find them online somewhere :+1: