• cfry

    I am trying to get communication working with a arduino nano clone and purr data with Pduino. I have just moved the Pd files from the mac where it worked fine (but I had to go through a process to get the nano port visible in the system).

    Can anyone tell me how to do this on linux?

    Edit: In Arduino IDE under ports it says ttyS0 and ttyS4, but NOT "ttyUSB..." as I see it should in instruction videos. Can I have been installing Arduino IDE the wrong way?

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  • cfry

    Thanks a lot, it worked fine it seems!

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  • cfry

    I installed Bionic Beaver 18.04, 32 bit, downloaded through torrent from this page:
    https://ubuntustudio.org/download/

    Should I go for Disco Dingo 19.04 64 bit instead?

    I installed this on a old pc that supports 64 bit but only has 2gb ram.

    Thanks!

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  • cfry

    Hi,

    can someone please help me to make a working purr data installation? I have downloaded pd-l2ork-2.9.0-ubuntu_14.04-i386.zip.

    What would be the right way of installing it. Extracting the archive and double clicking the resulting file leads to the Ubuntu app store and option to install. Installing does not produce any icon or such.

    Thankful for help :/

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  • cfry

    another though, what would be the best distro to use for a live webcam streaming setup (on another computer)? I will use OBS studio. Would Ubuntu studio be the best here too?

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  • cfry

    @whale-av Yeah, I hope to get some glitches for free on this setup ;)

    It actually works good enough for some pd projects that I have run from raspberry pies or my macbookpro 2011. Got it for free, starts up without screen, keyboard and mouse and is the size of a thick laptop. No problem if it gets destroyed or stolen; I can leave it on site.

    Just don't want to open a can of worms when starting to check out Linux... Rather spend time in the pd patch than in the linux os.

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  • cfry

    Thanks a lot. Even seems Pd is preinstalled in Ubuntu Studio.

    Should I go for 32 or 64 bit? The computer can handle both, but I have read that 64 bit may be slow with only 2 gb ram.

    I wanted to try out VCV-rack, and that is only 64 bit it seems. But it is at the same time probably way to cpu-heavy to be useable on this setup. :/

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  • cfry

    Hi,

    I am getting all lost in trying to figure out the best linux builds for my purpose, as stated in the subject. Linux Mint or Ubuntu, or Ubuntu Studio, 32 bi or 64 bit? What version of pure data can I use? :/ Thanks!

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    @dom1817 thanks, I will try that.

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  • cfry

    Hi,

    I am using a x-y grid to control surround panning, and I would like to store the values between sessions. There is no "init" option in this object (it is an external I think).

    I figure I store the x and y output as floats somehow. What would be a good way to do this?

    Thnaks!

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