[PD] gridflow: logitech e2500 working in ekiga but not with gridflow?!!!(i used libv4l)
sisilmet2000 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 16 22:16:32 CEST 2009
I've only loaded the gridflow library in the beginninng....no other libs.
on the other thread by me discussing the crashing problem, i had updated the
GF from svn as mathieu suggested, and it still crashed. i again ran the
where and backtrace full commands and attached the new results in that
On Sun, Aug 16, 2009 at 8:52 PM, Mathieu Bouchard <matju at artengine.ca>wrote:
> 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» on
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