[PD] Best way to shut the system down with a script launched from Pd?
x37v.alex at gmail.com
Wed Mar 29 18:35:19 CEST 2017
Have you tried running the script directly on your odroid to see if it
outputs anything relevant?
You're calling sudo with no interaction. does sudo require a password on
If you've started pd and jackd with the same user that runs this script you
shouldn't have to call sudo. There is also a way to allow the user to call
'poweroff' but I forget how you set that up.. it might be a group that you
have to be in.
On Wed, Mar 29, 2017 at 9:04 AM, Alexandros Drymonitis <adrcki at gmail.com>
> I'm trying to shut down my Odroid-U3 by running a script through [shell].
> It's very likely that my approach is not good, but here's what I'm doing:
> I've created a directory /etc/my_scripts and in there I put the following
> script, called "shut_down.sh":
> sudo pkill pd
> sleep 3
> sudo pkill jackd
> sleep 3
> sudo poweroff
> I launch Jack (actually Qjackctl) and then Pd with -jack. In Pd I have
> this patch:
> [sh /etc/my_scripts/shut_down.sh(
> On my Raspberry Pi it works, Pd is killed, jackd is killed, and the the Pi
> shuts down. But on the Odroid it doesn't work. Pd is killed but its windows
> stay open (I'm using the Odroid via SSH, if this is relevant), and Jack
> won't quit, and the Odroid won't shut down.
> I'm on Pd-0.47-1 and a 14.04 LTS Ubuntu image on the Odroid. I've
> installed [shell] via apt-get.
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