[PD] "pd: exiting" on RPi running arch
zmoelnig at iem.at
Sun May 26 18:07:06 CEST 2013
On 05/26/2013 05:42 PM, James Dunn wrote:
> Quoth IOhannes zmölnig, on 26/05/2013 16:16:
>> try instead:
>> "-v" (for verbose)
>> "-v -v" (for more verbosity)
> The pd -v, or -v -v options don't work, it justs prints out the valid
> options, ie:
> usage: pd [-flags] [file]...
> audio configuration flags:
> -r <n> -- specify sample rate
> -audioindev ...
when reading on, you might also come across:
-verbose -- extra printout on startup...
so indeed, it's "-verbose" and "-verbose -verbose" (instead of "-v")
> As mentioned previously, pd runs fine with -nogui. I made a patch on
i missed that info in your original mail (please don't require anyone
willing to answer to have read all your emails to this list and remember
> another machine, then opened it on the RPi. The patch sends a message
> via netsend to pdreceive (both on the pi) and it works fine when run as
> -nogui. None of the audio options make any difference (-noaudio,
> -nosound, -noadc, -nodac, -nomidi) and -noprefs has no effect either.
> I made another patch to loadbang a sound out of the pi in -nogui but
> that didn't work.
check the various posts on this list about why [loadbang]->[; pd dsp 1(
often does not work. a simple workaround is to introduce a [delay 1000]
to start dsp only after some "boot time".
> Strange that xterm works but pd doesn't - I have quite a minimal arch
> install so maybe some other X packages are needed for tcl/tk/wish, etc?
can you run
via the ssh connection?
if so, Pd should be able to run fine.
which version of tcl/tk do you have installed?
you could also try to run Pd without realtime priviliges
$ pd -nrt
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