• toddak

    Greetings all,

    I'm just trying to begin to understand how to use netsend and netreceive objects between two computers to transmit OSC messages (needs to be using PD vanilla for this project).

    I'm still very much learning networking, so am trying to limit myself to a basic example. But when I try these to patches, the one running the send patch bring up the messages:

    recv: Connection refused (61)
    netsend: Bad file descriptor (9)

    Warning: 19 removed from poll list but not found.

    Can someone help me to understand these errors, and then what to do to get these patches to talk to each other?

    The overall plan is to get get wireless control over a RPI running PD, and control it using PdParty on IOS.

    boom_send_01.pd

    boom_receive_01.pd

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  • toddak

    @whale-av Thanks again for your help, and for explaining your patch further.

    I ended up just using flags in the startup for the rpi, which to my amazement worked first go, and seems to be a solid solution for the time being. Good to know there are other options thought!

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  • toddak

    Hello all,

    I'm working my way through the process for uploading firmata onto my arduino uno, using the Floss guide
    (http://write.flossmanuals.net/pure-data/starting-pduino/)

    I just downloaded the latest version of the arduino program from the arduino website, and then went through the process of deleting the old 'firmata' folder, and replacing it with the new one downloaded from: https://at.or.at/hans/pd/objects.html (running mac os 10.9,5).

    However when I try and open the the arduino application, it comes up with an error that reads '"Arduino" is damaged and can't be opened. You should move it to the trash'."

    I assume it has to be that specific Firmata in order to work with the Pduino objects? And is there any other way to upload it ? Or am I missing something obvious here?

    I did think about rather than deleting the older firmata folder completely, just deleting the individual files and replacing them with those from the downloaded folder, but not sure if that's a good idea or not....

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  • toddak

    Hey David thanks for the reply.

    I'm running Raspbian as its running on a raspberry pi, and using Vanilla PD. I opened your patch, but the 'mediasettings/audiosettings' doesn't seem to work on Vanilla.

    If I bang the settings in the bottom right hand corner, it does open up the same settings as the last time I used the patch. But I'd like a way too make it a definite rather than a potential unknown (this will be operated as part of an installation and I won't be there to start up each day).

    I think I can use flags when opening through terminal to get it to boot the way I need to, similar to your suggestion. I was just hoping I could keep everything within PD, as I find that much easier if I need to run patches on different systems :)

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  • toddak

    I'm just working on a patch that needs to start automatically when opened, which is working fine so far. The only thing I have to continually set is in 'Audio Settings' whereby I always have to change the input and output to read:

    'USB Audio CODEC (hardware)'.

    I assume there is a message that can be sent internally to get this to happen, but I've got no idea what it is. Can anyone help?

    Many thanks.

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  • toddak

    Ah, yes that is obvious now. Many many thanks!

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  • toddak

    I've got no idea why this isn't working.

    But if I find code someone has shared on a forum, I select all the code, and copy it.

    I then open PD, go to edit then paste. And nothing happens!

    What's the obvious part I'm missing here?

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  • toddak

    Awesome. Thanks! :dancer:

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  • toddak

    I can find lots of tutorials about how to send/receive information to the GPIO pins on an arduino, but what objects do I use to send/receive information to/from the GPIO pins of a raspberry pi?

    Basically I'm just controlling two servos, and have a some information coming in from an ultrasonic sensor.

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  • toddak

    Has anyone has any luck running PD-extended on RPI 3 running Jessie? Have just finished installing it using my old process for the RPI 2, but it doesn't even open...

    The only work around I've found is installing PD vanilla, and then manually adding all the libraries through apt-get, but that could take a long time.

    Vanilla is installated, seems to be working fine.

    Any ideas?

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