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I'm trying to compile ladspa but i keep getting make errors first i had: make: time: Command not found. so i installed the "time" package now i have: make: play: ...
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    Problems installing LADSPA


    I'm trying to compile ladspa but i keep getting make errors
    first i had: make: time: Command not found.
    so i installed the "time" package
    now i have: make: play: Command not found.

    but i can't find what package "play" is part of. searching google gives me nothing usefull.
    the ladspa site doesn't give me it's dependencies. if anyone knows them that would really help. but mainly, if anyone could tell me where to find the package that contains "play", it would be greatly appreciated.

    thanks
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    Never mind. Fixed it myself.

    there is an "aplay" command contained in alsa-utils so i made a wrapper script for it.
    Code:
    # cat > /usr/bin/play << "EOF"
    >#!/bin/bash
    ># begin play (wrapper script for aplay)
    >exec aplay "$@"
    ># end play
    >EOF
    # chmod +x /usr/bin/play
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