[PD] gridflow: logitech e2500 working in ekiga but not with gridflow?!!!(i used libv4l)
matju at artengine.ca
Sun Aug 16 17:22:05 CEST 2009
On Sun, 16 Aug 2009, Michal Seta wrote:
> I would suggest that for debugging purposes you start with pd-vanilla, so:
> $sudo mv /usr/lib/pd/default.pdsettings /usr/lib/pd/default.pdsettings.bak
> And if you created some custom settings you may have .pdsetting and/or
> .pdrc in your $HOME
> $mv ~/.pdsettings ~/pdsettings.bak
> $mv ~/.pdrc ~/pdrc.bak
I should stress out that the leading "$" isn't part of the command!
I remember a beginners' intro to unix that prefixed every command with "%"
in bold (the csh prompt). Some people actually retyped the "%" and got
frustrated over it! But in that case, there was a space after the prompt
character so it was more recognisable as such, than $mv. Frankly, I can
imagine a script that has $sudo and $mv written in it for real and for a
reason, which is the reason I decided to talk about this rather than not.
> Following that, pd should start only with internals and no 3rd party
> objects. Then you simply do pd -path /path/to/gf/ -lib gridflow and
> take it from there. And only then you start adding other
> libraries/externals until you find the conflicting setup.
Yeah, but if you don't want to do it blindly with trial and error, then
you gotta use the «ldd» commands on all externals, and then «|grep libGL»
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