[PD] Pd -nogui on Raspberry Pi : problem with samplerate

Miller Puckette msp at ucsd.edu
Tue Nov 6 20:44:29 CET 2012

This popped up on the list earlier... the sample rate gets set _after_
patches are loaded from the command line if -nogui is set.  It's on my long
list of things to try to fix.  In the meantime, as a workaround, if you can
namage to delay Pd's loading of the patch, even by a fraction of a second,
it should get the proper sample rate.


On Tue, Nov 06, 2012 at 08:33:22PM +0100, Pierre Massat wrote:
> Dear List,
> While trying to use oggwrite~ on my RPi I noticed that it complained about
> being unable to change the samplerate from 0 to 44100.
> I turns out that Pd launched from the command line with the -nogui flag has
> a samplerate of 0 !
> Adding the "-r 44100" flag doesn't change anything, nor does adding the
> "-alsa" flag.
> I wonder what causes this, whether it is a bug or not, and how Pd manages
> to work fine anyway (the only real problem i've had this far was with
> oggwrite~)...
> Any clue?
> Cheers,
> Pierre.

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