--- web/trunk/www.linuxsampler.org/debian.html 2011/06/03 09:36:49 2177 +++ web/trunk/www.linuxsampler.org/debian.html 2011/06/03 14:41:39 2178 @@ -113,7 +113,7 @@

3.  Building the Backend

-Grab the source code files of libgig (e.g. from our CVS server, as +Grab the source code files of libgig (e.g. from our Subversion server, as described on the downloads site). Then you should optimize the compilation flags for your machine. This really depends @@ -176,16 +176,16 @@
And that's it!

-The good thing: if you grabbed the sources of libgig and LS from CVS, you only +The good thing: if you grabbed the sources of libgig and LS from Subversion, you only have to call:
-  cvs update
+  svn update
   dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -b
 
once in a while from the source directory to conveniently compile the latest version with your personal optimizations and configuration parameters for -your system, because "cvs update" updates your local source files to the -latest bleeding edge version from our CVS server but won't touch your +your system, because "svn update" updates your local source files to the +latest bleeding edge version from our Subversion server but won't touch your modifications!
The problematic part is to find good compile time options for your specific