[PD] pd-extended 0.43.3/ raspberry pi (wheezy) - start patch on boot?
hans at at.or.at
Sun Nov 25 06:21:23 CET 2012
Yes the instructions conflict., you should only edit
/etc/defaults/pd-extended, not /etc/init.d/pd-extended. And you will need to
specify the complete path to the patch you wnat to open.
On 11/25/2012 12:10 AM, Epic Jefferson wrote:
> i found /etc/init.d/pd-extended and added
> su -c "pd whetever.pd" pi
> (am i supposed to specify the exact location of the patch?
> $ chmod a+x /etc/init.d/pd-extended
> $ update-rc.d pd-extended defaults 99
> i rebooted but no pd patch on startup
> i also tried editing /etc/default/pd-extended by un-commenting
> and i set the patch location
> and the user: USER=pi
> still nothing on start up. perhaps there is a conflict between Charles' and
> Hans' instructions?
> On Sat, Nov 24, 2012 at 9:37 PM, Hans-Christoph Steiner <hans at at.or.at>wrote:
>> On Nov 24, 2012, at 6:49 PM, Charles Goyard wrote:
>>> Epic Jefferson wrote:
>>>> i'd like to start a patch automatically upon booting. is there a file i
>>>> edit to load a whatever.pd patch by the end of the start up sequence?
>>>> is not required.
>>> Create a script named /etc/init.d/pdauto containing :
>>> su -c "pd mypatch.pd" your_username
>>> Make it executable : chmod a+x /etc/init.d/pdauto
>>> Then run :
>>> update-rc.d pdauto defaults 99
>>> to make it run at startup
>>> See 11.6 in
>>> for more details.
>> Pd-extended Debian packages should install /etc/init.d/pd, otherwise you
>> can get it from pure-data SVN: trunk/scripts/debian.
>> Edit /etc/default/pd to change the startup options.
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