[PD] running Pd with a timer for an installation?
IOhannes m zmoelnig
zmoelnig at iem.at
Mon Jul 9 09:21:41 CEST 2012
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On 2012-07-09 08:43, Richie Cyngler wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm planning on using Pd for an installation in Melbourne in a
> couple of weeks. It's running fine, Pduino working, sensors
> working. I'm just wondering is there is a object (or series) of
> objects I can use to "power down" the patch, or even kill Pd, at a
> designated time. The installation
> will run into the night for a week, I'll be there to start it up
> each night but not to shut it down. I'm probably running on OSX,
> windows may be an option. A sleep or shutdown timer for the OS
> would be very useful too, seems odd these are not standard.
these are standard: consult your OS-manual on how to do timed
shut-downs (and restarts) of the system.
powering down the system will usually close all running applications,
so there shouldn't be a need to shutdown Pd separately (but there can
be other reasons why you still would want to do that).
i don't know why this is not a "standard" component of Pd.
maybe it requires priviliges that are usually not available to the
average installment of Pd? why?
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