Hi everyone, and thanks for all the great resources scattered on the web for learning Pd. It's helped me make things I like, and made me a better programmer.
I've tried unsuccessfully to install a current version of pd-vanilla several times over the last couple years. I end up w pd-extended, or now, pd-l2ork. I'd like to investigate Deken and get more familiar with pd itself, so I'd like to give vanilla a go.
The problem starts with the default Ubuntu repositories. They have 0.46.7-3. They have for awhile. Deken was first included in pd 0.47, so I can't use it
So, at the puredata.info downloads page, I click the link to the Debian packages.
Moving down to the puredata_0.48.0-1_all amd 64 .deb file, I download it, and open it in Ubuntu's package installer. Watching the virtual terminal in Package Install, as well as from checking the help page within the new pd install, tells me I'm still installing 0.46.7-3.
What's going on, and what's next?