[PD] PD & 'turn networking on'
dieb13 at klingt.org
Tue Jun 19 23:31:01 CEST 2001
in fact you need the tcp/ip-protocol
even if you have no networkcard, the localhost gets an ip-address
(127.0.0.1) and different parts of pd can communicate over tcp on the
> I've installed PD to my pentium 120 win95 pc. The
> first problem is that I don't have networking enabled
> - I tried installing the TCP/IP protocol but have no
> CD-ROM and consequently can't update drivers that it
> requires. Of course I have no network card so
> installing TCP/IP support is not going to get me
> anywhere useful?
> The help file says simply that networking must be
> 'turned on' - what does this mean? Installing a
> specific protocol? Or is this a simple option I can
> turn on somewhere...
> Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
> Anyone else out there running sucessfully on a similar
> system with no network adapter?
> Rua HM.
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