@etXzat Yes Ubuntu has some quirks when it comes to installing some packages, that is why I build from source and installed in manually.
I want to avoid installing from the official repository since they have outdated versions, see: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/faust
latest current stable is 2.41
make all && sudo make install solved my issues! Thank you very much.
@d-healey Well the sets are not correct, SSE 4.2 is NOT the highest or newest that HISE uses. Most likely AVX and AVX2 aswell. Or indeed I would have to dig out that old spiked-on AMD cpu in my intel machine.
Architecture = "native" is the issue. It over-rides any setting you make in hise. It uses your build-cpu´s sets available to do the best enhancements available. And whoever said IPP is the only thing in need of higher sets hasnt read the amount of issues on this topic over at the juce forums.
Setting Architecture to x64 in the .jucer project is the ONLY thing I was able to start my instrument build with. That flattens it to x86_64, which is basic original specs of the first 64-bit cpus, so no SSE3 or above, most likely.
/home/.config is a folder. . on GNU/Linux means the folder is a hidden folder. The default vst folder is /home/.vst or /home/.vst3/ and LV2 plugins go in /home/.lv2`. I'm pretty sure most users are familiar with this.
Windows and (especially) MacOS like to tell users what to do, GNU/Linux is a little more flexible generally, depending on the distro and desktop environment.
Okay, that´s a big part of why a lot of people choose Linux instead of the others. That´s a part of the platform and most experienced users or intermediate will handle that fine. The obviousness/strictness of a mac is a big part of why an answer can be found almost anywhere. And having rules for it is a big part of a platform. Nevertheless, freedom is in the whole Linux air. To be respected.
You can download an installer I created here to try it out.
Will do! Thanks a lot for the info.
This info should really go in the docs. The paths on Linux is an essential part of docs. One fine day. Perhaps I´ll get there first, you never know.