• FFW

    Hi,
    you can compile the l2ork external

    git clone git@github.com:pd-l2ork/pd.git
    cd pd/l2ork_addons/raspberry_pi/
    git submodule init
    git submodule update
    ./makeall.sh
    

    The disis_gpio.pd_linux I obtain seems to work (it require pd to be started as root) but

    error: disis_gpio detected unknown hardware--disabling disis_gpio object to prevent wiringPi from crashing pd-l2ork. Please note this is expected behavior and when object is created on a Rasbperry Pi it should not trigger this error. Any previously created patches when edited and saved will retain this object and its connections even though the object is not active.

    disis_gpio 27
    ... couldn't create

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  • FFW

    @whale-av said:

    Another idea..... packet sniffing the wish output on port comms with Pd.
    I thought the port is fixed, but maybe it is different for each release, or varies nowadays for some other reason....... another hurdle though.

    FYI port change every time

    flachy@joe:~$ lsof | egrep ^pd.*TCP
    pd        1685485                               flachy   18u     IPv4             331647       0t0        TCP localhost:52394->localhost:38639 (ESTABLISHED)
    pd-watchd 1685488                               flachy   18u     IPv4             331647       0t0        TCP localhost:52394->localhost:38639 (ESTABLISHED)
    
    

    I tried to socat this address but gui no more responds. I don't know this tool.

    flachy@joe:~$ socat -u tcp:localhost:38639 -
    .x559641c4ee90 motion 355.0 268.0 0;
    .x559641c4ee90 motion 356.0 278.0 0;
    .x559641c4ee90 motion 358.0 284.0 0;
    .x559641c4ee90 motion 359.0 291.0 0;
    .x559641c4ee90 motion 360.0 295.0 0;
    .x559641c4ee90 motion 360.0 299.0 0;
    pd watchdog;
    pd dsp 1;
    pd watchdog;
    pd watchdog;
    pd watchdog;
    pd watchdog;
    pd menunew PDUNTITLED-2 /home/flachy/PureData;
    pd watchdog;
    
    

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  • FFW

    Hi,
    Have you try to remove spaces in the string ?

    messnamed("notes", "60,64,67");
    

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  • FFW

    @ludnny If I understand well you ask to see the receive value when you change the numeric one. To change the number you need to open the abstraction so you see the label…

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  • FFW

    The simplest way is to set the label equal to the send value:
    Capture d’écran_2022-12-13_22-11-39.png
    EDIT : You need the receive value but it's the same logic.

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  • FFW

    The USB device is maybe not yet available when your service start.
    Try to add alsa as a requirement

    [Unit]
    Description=My PureData service
    
    [Service]
    Type=simple
    LimitNOFILE=1000000
    ExecStart=/usr/bin/puredata -nogui  -open /home/pi/mypatch.pd
    WorkingDirectory=/home/pi
    User=pi
    Group=pi
    Restart=always
    # Restart service after 10 seconds if service crashes
    RestartSec=10
    # Alsa must have restored cards state
    Requires=alsa-restore.service
    
    [Install]
    WantedBy=multi-user.target
    

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  • FFW

    Hi,
    with this [line] it goes back to 0 in 500ms:
    Capture d’écran_2022-11-14_23-11-45.png

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Internal error.

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