[PD] Pd-X update confusion
pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt
Mon Jan 3 03:57:25 CET 2011
regarding issue#1: One thing I did not get, you alsa is not working with pd
and baudline or overall?
p.s: I'm using 10.10 as well (although I never upgrade, but typically
install new version on top) and alsa is working with pd fine. Please check
if alsa is really working ok, alsaconf, alsamixer and all those typical alsa
On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 2:04 AM, Kim Cascone <kim at anechoicmedia.com> wrote:
> I am now just getting back into pd mode since Sept
> and I just recently upgraded Ubuntu from 9.04 -> 10.10
> which needed a kernel broadcom wifi driver tweak
> I installed the 'PD-0.42.5-extended-20101205' using the .deb package
> (because it works perfectly on my Dell mini9 (which I use as a test
> I tested all my Linux audio apps on Ubuntu 10.10
> (my config is in the sig at the end of this email)
> and every one checked out OK
> except for baudline which wasn't working with ALSA
> the reason it wasn't working with ALSA - as related to me by the developer
> - was that
> 'Ubuntu 10.10 removed kernel ALSA OSS emulation' but baudline does work
> with Jack'
> so I'm having a lot of problems getting Pd set up the way it was on my 9.04
> which was working fine up until my upgrade
> I have a few questions related to problems that are causing much confusion:
> problem #1:
> no audio via ALSA
> - I open the Audio Settings panel, point my settings to my USB card, click
> save, apply
> - open and start the Test Audio patch
> - there is no audio
> - the console doesn't say anything about trying to find or connect to an
> audio device
> - re-open the Audio settings panel and the settings are all switched
> back to my 'nanokontrol'
> the ~/.pdextended file says:
> noaudioin: True
> noaudioout: True
> I try the same procedure with Jack and there is audio
> and ALSA midi also seems to work fine
> is there a problem with ALSA and Pd now due to the removal of ALSA OSS
> problem #2:
> Libraries are not loading
> - all the libraries that were installed with 0.42.5 are not found even
> though they are listed in the .pdextended file
> - I read on the Pd FAQ page that '.pdextended' is the file where all the
> paths are stored
> but I was using Pd extended in my studio and all my paths (I think) were in
> the '.pdsettings' file which supposedly was used only by the pd plain
> vanilla version
> - was there a change made to the settings file name between Sept and now?
> - and is there a simpler way of re-constituting my paths other than doing
> it by hand?
> can someone point me to something that can bring me up to date on changes
> since Sept?
> a change log or something?
> any/all help is very appreciated!!
> oh yeah, happy new year!
> *my Linux audio perf config:*
> Dell Studio 15 Core2 Duo 2.0GHz 3G-RAM
> Ubuntu 10.10
> kernel 2.6.35-24-generic
> jackd version jackdmp 1.9.6
> Ardour 2.8.11
> Pd version 0.42.5-extended
> USB iMic audio interface
> Korg nanoKontrol
> cpufreq-set - both cpu's are set to 2.0GHz and userspace
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Pedro Lopes (MSc)
contact: pedro.lopes at ist.utl.pt
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