• Coalman

    I had a similar problem with zexy recently too, where not all the objects were creating do to some names creating in a weird way. There were multiple windows versions of it available in the repository and I re-installed in order to fix it, I think I installed the second oldest version and that has worked perfectly (I of course had the newest version installed previously). Don't remember which author's name was on which though...anyway maybe that helps also..

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  • Coalman

    that worked. I guess I just corrupted it somehow mysteriously.

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  • Coalman

    @Coalman
    bump

    tis strange its only me with this issue. the thing is, fiddle is part of vanilla, yes? so to fix it i probably have to reinstall, rather than just reinstall the library...

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  • Coalman

    here is a weird one, I closed a patch and restarted my machine (windows 7) and when I reopened my patch fiddle~ was not created.

    I tried re-creating in a new patch, restarting pd etc, no dice. anybody else have this kind of issue? it only seems to effect this object
    I am using vanilla Pd 0.47.1
    J

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  • Coalman

    indeed it looks like version 47 isn't availiable from the repository yet. the problem was when sudo apt-get install puredata some important packages were missed. I tried it again and as an update with the same result. I ended up installing everything using the GUI in the newfangled OS to install... which is cool, but I suspect that the bloat is on the increase...anyway it appears to all function now. so, super great! thanks for all the pointers!
    so, for anyone else who is interested Rapsbian Jessie and 0.46.2 currently working well....

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  • Coalman

    this is good information. I had all working fine on the Pi 2...just encountering some roadblocks with the Pi 3, but I will post solutions once I have them. In the meantime, this discussion is really helping out!

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  • Coalman

    I just got a Raspberry Pi 3 model B. I previously used the Pi 2 with Miller's custom-raspbian build and had no problems, amazingly enough! With this new one, however, I cannot even get the Pi to boot. I am guessing that I need a newer version of the OS than the one I have used in the past (from the Pd-La site). Any recommendations? what are people using for this?

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  • Coalman

    wow, thanks Stanku that looks very interesting!

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  • Coalman

    great. that is sort of what I expected. that way I can make the transition and not immediately lose functionality for performance patches and stuff. great. thanks!

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  • Coalman

    Thanks Gilberto!

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