[PD] "pd: exiting" on RPi running arch
james at 4thharmonic.com
Sat Jun 15 01:10:39 CEST 2013
For the archives, I've solved the issue - it seemed I just needed to
install the package xf86-video-fbdev.
Quoth James Dunn, on 26/05/2013 18:06:
> Quoth IOhannes zmölnig, on 26/05/2013 17:07:
>> so indeed, it's "-verbose" and "-verbose -verbose" (instead of "-v")
> $ pd -verbose
> Pd-0.43.4 ("") compiled 22:56:34 Aug 6 2012
> port 5400
> TK_LIBRARY="/usr/lib/pd/lib/tk/library" wish
> "/usr/lib/pd/tcl//pd-gui.tcl" 5400
> priority 6 scheduling enabled.
> Waiting for connection request...
> priority 8 scheduling enabled.
> ... connected
> pd: exiting
>> 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 them :-))
> sorry, thanks for your help so far!
>> 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".
> I'd forgotten about the [delay] for [loadbang] when turning the dsp on
> but it doesn't result in any sound when running in -nogui.
>> can you run
>> $ wish
>> via the ssh connection?
> Yes, it opens a blank window on the local machine.
>> 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
> I tried that but it didn't help either.
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