[PD] install Pd on ubuntu without internet; video-playback codec windows?

ALAN BROOKER alan.brooker2010 at gmail.com
Mon Dec 5 00:04:10 CET 2011


If you really can not get internet access try using pure:dyne live cd


it has pd +extras +all dependencies all ready to go on one cd [or at least
that what is is working towards]. You put the cd in your drive and just
re-boot, comes with loads of other stuff too, v handy distro

Of course you need to download and then burn it to a disk it to begin with,
 so you may need to burrow a friend's pc & internet connection to do this



On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 10:24 PM, Kaj Ailomaa <ailo.at at gmail.com> wrote:

>  Why not plug it into the internet?
> You'll need to install at least tk8.5 and tcllib (or is it tvl8.5?)
> Linux without internet is pretty crippled when you're trying to install
> software.
> On 12/04/2011 01:36 AM, Johnny Mauser wrote:
> Dear list!
> i am trying to install pd-extended 0.42.5 on ubuntu 10.04 and am a total
> beginner with any linux. I was so happy to manage to install ubuntu, but
> now the Package Installer asks for more and more dependencies. My machine
> is not allowed to connect to internet, and i go crazy copying all the
> dependencies via usb stick from this internet-pc to performance-pc! How to
> easy-install Pd?
> I am trying linux, 'cause my patch has problems playing multible videos on
> windows. I use foto-jpeg decoded videos with quicktime for window, because
> i found that quicktime reads the framenumber correct instead of direct
> show. live-cam input is quite stable, but windows freezes from time to time
> with playback of 5 videos. I have quite a fast machine and an ssd drive
> which should be able to do the task i thought.
> So:
> which video format works well with windows?
> how do i get pd-extended on linux working?
> please exuse my confusion, too much operating system problems today; too
> less Pd...
> joson
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