mis at creazone.32k.org
Wed Feb 11 06:27:43 CET 2004
.pdrc is a file you should put in your home directory (i.e.: ~/ or
/home/[your username]/) and it can include any commandline switch you
usually use to launch pd.
If you do the command 'ls -a' in your home dir, you will probably see
many dot files listed.
mine looks like this:
[... many other -lib entries ...]
tdunstan at ihug.com.au writes:
> just been reading a few docs on pd and a couple of times it has been mentioned
> to "put it in your .pdrc file". i'm kinda, sort of, new to linux but i assume
> its some sort of launching device. could someone please explain to me how i use
> it and perhaps an example.
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> PD-list at iem.at
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