[PD] Pd-list Digest, Vol 165, Issue 10
itsnotfair9 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 13:00:44 CET 2018
i need to run as root in order to access the GPIO's of the raspberry with
wiringPI_gpio ... at least that is what i understood...
i also found that the process
wish /usr/lib/puredata/tcl//pd-gui.tcl 5400
is sometimes piling up RAM, which causes the RPi to crash. can this be
i thought of reading the GPIO via python and send SensorData via
netsend...or use an arduino to handle the SensorCommunication...
ps: it is a special feeling - talking to the creator...
Something's malfunctioning in Pd-watchdog.. but anyhow, is there any way you
> can get Pd to run not as root? That way it has no way of kicking systemd
> (which it somehow seems to be doing).
> On Mon, Dec 03, 2018 at 02:11:07PM +0100, michael strohmann wrote:
> > Hi,
> > i don???t know if i read this right: to me it looks like PD froze and
> the watchdog sent SIGHUP. after which the system rebooted itself.
> > is there a way do find out why PD froze?
> > thanks!
> > michael
> > Dec 3 12:15:01 RoomOne CRON: (pi) CMD (ps aux --sort -rss|head
> -15 >> /home/pi/Desktop/ps.log)
> > Dec 3 12:15:35 RoomOne systemd: Received SIGHUP from PID 634
> > Dec 3 12:15:35 RoomOne systemd: Reloading.
> > Dec 3 12:15:36 RoomOne systemd: apt-daily.timer: Adding 8h 8min
> 33.364295s random time.
> > Dec 3 12:15:36 RoomOne systemd: apt-daily-upgrade.timer: Adding
> 56min 30.656756s random time.
> > Dec 3 12:15:37 RoomOne systemd: Received SIGHUP from PID 634
> > Dec 3 12:15:37 RoomOne systemd: Reloading.
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