[PD] buildroot / externals
ift.gab at gmail.com
Thu Nov 21 12:05:10 CET 2019
hey IOhannes, thanks again for replying, if by flyspeck you mean " ` " its
formatting errors that are there because i had no easy way of exporting the
print out of pd to a "real" machine aka where i write my mails from so i
just manually typed it, however all the scripting etc is done with nano
inside the machine so i dont think its about that, what triggers the error
is me doing: pd -nogui (various alsa tags to get sound going) -path
/usr/lib/pd/extra/cyclone /etc/mydir/mypatch.pd &
interestingly, pd is also not able to locate pd~ with the following error:
"pd~: can´t stat /usr/lib/pd/pd" , however, if i run the help file of pd~
(with full path as in /usr/lib/pd/extra/pd~/pd~-help.pd) it loads fine and
i get the "pd~ version 0.3" printout
On Thu, Nov 21, 2019 at 11:37 AM IOhannes m zmoelnig <zmoelnig at iem.at>
> On 21.11.19 10:59, iftah gabbai wrote:
> > unfortunatly i dont have the "file" command on this image,
> you could always just copy the file to a "real" machine and run `file`
> > however, if i open a help file (eg pd -nogui
> > /usr/lib/pd/extra/cyclone/svf~-help.pd) i dont get any errors which to
> > understanding means that the object is loading and compiled correctly?
> if it works, then yes.
> which means that your problem is somewhere else, as in:
> > /usr/bin/pd: ´/usr/lib/pd/extra/cyclone/svf~.pd_linux is not an ELF
> > file
> what's this flyspeck between "pd: " and "/usr/lib/"?
> are you by chance misquoting something?
> or creating shell-scripts with MS-Word or similar? (those "high-level
> editors" have a tendency to replace simple quotes with localised
> versions, which of course will break any decent
> programming/scripting/... language)
> so i really like to re-iterate my initial request:
> > you might start by mentioning [...] what you did exactly to trigger
> > them [errors]
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