rakarrack source package has wrong build dependencies

Bug #1099762 reported by Ansgar Strickerschmidt on 2013-01-15
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rakarrack (Ubuntu)

Bug Description

Hello everyone,

I experienced a problem when running "rakarrack" on Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS on a Pentium-M machine (laptop).
Distorted sounds did not work, despite the rest of rakarrack worked OK.
So I decided to rebuild the package from source, doing "apt-get build-dep rakarrack", "apt-get install build-essential fakeroot checkinstall", and so got ready to rebuild rakarrack from source.

However, on Ubuntu 12.04.1, by default jackd2 is installed.
The "apt-get build-dep" for rakarrack, however, requested to uninstall jackd2 and install jackd1 instead. When I did so, then compiled and installed, rakarrack still didn't work as expected.
Only when I prohibited "apt-get build-dep" from removing jackd2 and installing jackd1 instead, but (manually) installing jackd2-dev and its requirements, then compiled and installed, rakarrack works correct inclunding distortion and everything.

Conclusion: rakarrack sources should be pointing to jackd2 instead of jackd1 dependencies.



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