it has been a while, hope you are all doing well despite the times.
I'm on Linux Mint 20 on a DELL M4800. I installed pd with:
sudo apt install -y puredata
The available package is 0.50.2. I'm aware this is not the newest, but I would expect the package to be fully functional since it's available in public repos.
The problem is that Pd works fine but numerous libs are broken, i.e., objects cannot be created.
This affects both libraries that came with the puredata package I installed and libraries that I installed via deken.
I confirmed that, at least for the broken libs installed via deken, it was not a problem with [declare] or paths or startup prefs, because I replaced the broken libs with older versions of the same libs that I had in my archive, while keeping the same paths prefs. The older versions of the libs work.
The libraries installed via deken that are broken are so far:
Other broken objects from /puredata/extra/ :
There may be more that I haven't noticed, these are the ones I use in my projects.
Am I doing anything wrong, or is there something wrong with this package, and if so, any idea what could it be?
I'm speculating it could be some objects are compiled for an incorrect architecture, or perhaps some issue with the libraries loader?
Thanks in advance for the help,