[PD] /dev/dspW?

Phil Thomson philthom at freeshell.org
Thu Sep 9 11:45:23 CEST 2004

> I read:
>> Where do I get pd to use /dev/dspW instead of /dev/dsp?
> # ln -s /dev/dspW /dev/dsp
> ??
> x

Thanks, except now I get "Permission denied" errors when I try to run pd 
as a non-root user, and "No such device or address" when I run it as root. 
I was thinking maybe there was something like .pdrc file or similar config 
file where I could specify which /dev pd would use.


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