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#26 2016-08-10 19:31:33

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

Thanks to @stevep's work and instructions, Mandelbulber v2.08 up and running via apt-get smile

(Possibly the best first post evvuh!)


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#27 2016-08-10 19:46:42

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

AHHHHHHHH .. kinda like me with conky and LUA scripts  smile

Pick and PRAY!

EDIT: And after reading the last few posts it 0's apparent I was WAY off mark! ...

{sneaking out the back door never to be seen again - So sorry}

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#28 2016-08-11 05:42:27

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

damo wrote:
damo wrote:

You mean it isn't in the Arch wiki?

@damo thought he was making a joke sad

( I had a little chuckle there damo. angel )


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#29 2016-08-28 17:03:13

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

Updated OP with build instructions for latest github development sources


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#30 2016-10-10 19:59:53

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

I set up another OBS repository for the latest 2.09.1 release:

https://software.opensuse.org/download. … delbulber2

The repo's address itself is

deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/stevepusser:/mandelbulber2_2.09.1/Debian_8.0/ /

The commands to get and add the key should also be run as sysadmin, and the key may have a number added at the end if this isn't the first one you've downloaded--in that case, use the file name you've downloaded in the add-key command.  I've also written a HOWTO on the Debian forums for using the OBS to build and host backports.

Edit:  updated the 2.09.1 version to 2.09.2

Last edited by stevep (2016-10-13 18:49:41)

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#31 2017-03-11 23:52:26

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

I think I've found out how to have different versions appear in the same repository, so I'm try to have the new 2.10 release in the same repo as my first 2.07 effort.

https://software.opensuse.org/download. … delbulber2

  I had to add qtmultimedia5-dev to the build-depends to avoid an FTBFS (failure to build from source--all packagers know this one!) This is due to a new feature that can use an audio file to create a fractal image (I think?)

- AnimBySound: Added option to animate any parameter using sound wave (added "Anim By Sound" buttons in animation table)
- AnimBySound: Added dialog window to load and setup AnimBySound feature
- AnimBySound: Added views for waveform, fft and animation generated from sound
- AnimBySound: It is possible to load wav, ogg, flac (all operating systems) and mp3 (Linux only)
- AnimBySound: Added binary, decay and smooth filters for animation generated from sound
- AnimBySound: Added sound player

So I guess if you use a heavy metal clip you get some kind of hellscape?  I mean, worse than the usual hellscape that I seem to create by default...

The extensive changelog also mentions several changes intended to speed up the compilation from source of the program, which is the case on my own machine. Those changes may be why parallel-threaded builds don't work any longer, though, but it still built faster on a single thread.

The OBS builds just finished successfully, so hopefully the new version will appear in the repo soon.

Edit:  They appeared in just a minute or two--that was quick!

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#32 2017-04-12 02:54:16

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

I was reading the Debian backports mailing list, and they also ran into a lot of trouble with their recent gsl backport removing Inkscape from Jessie users' systems. It seems they have now thrashed out a solution that will let the two gsl runtime libraries live together, and Mandelbulber2 can now be built on Jessie using that libgsl-dev without the former incompatibilities.

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#33 2017-10-23 17:49:02

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

The latest stable 2.11.1 release is now available in the same repo for Stretch and Ubuntu 16.04, 16.10, 17.04, and 64-bit 17.10.  Jessie builds were not possible, since it now requires a newer Qt 5 than Jessie's 5.3.

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#34 2018-07-09 23:30:20

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

For Stretch-based users, I have a backported 2.13.2 sourced from Debian testing in another repo, which apparently adds support for using high-powered GPUs to do the rendering: https://build.opensuse.org/package/show … delbulber2

Looking to see if I can adapt the 2.13.2 debian folder to build 2.14...

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#35 2018-11-17 23:25:25

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Re: Mandelbulber2 on jessie and stretch

Updated to the new 2.15 release in that OBS repository. The openCL rendering works on my laptop's Optimus Nvidia card after installing nvidia-opencl-icd and starting mandelbulber2 with "optirun mandelbulber2", then enabling openCL and picking the GPU in Preferences, but still lacks some rendering features, so, though it renders a scene many times faster, it looks worse.  But the developers are working on that.

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