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ajh.wiiremote: unable to load object bundle executable

March 4, 2014 | 8:32 am

I have some bluetooth troubles vith AJH.wiiremote :

ajh.wiiremote: unable to load object bundle executable
2014-03-04 17:26:38.433 Max[655:707] Error loading /Applications/Max 6.1/extras_objects/AHarker_Distribution_v1.0/AHarker Externals/Miscellaneous/ajh.wiiremote.mxo/Contents/MacOS/ajh.wiiremote:  dlopen(/Applications/Max 6.1/extras_objects/AHarker_Distribu
tion_v1.0/AHarker Externals/Miscellaneous/ajh.wiiremote.mxo/Contents/MacOS/ajh.wiiremote, 262): Symbol not found: _IOBluetoothL2CAPChannelWriteSync
Referenced from: /Applications/Max 6.1/extras_objects/AHarker_Distribution_v1.0/AHarker Externals/Miscellaneous/ajh.wiiremote.mxo/Contents/MacOS/ajh.wiiremote
Expected in: /System/Library/Frameworks/IOBluetooth.framework/Versions/A/IOBluetooth

Have I missed something or can’t we trust in  this object ??

THX

 

………………….. jerome

 


March 4, 2014 | 12:49 pm

ajh.remote is not compatible with Max OS 10.8+. OSCulator is the most reliable solution with the Wii.


March 4, 2014 | 4:56 pm

I’m not glad, but am glad to hear someone else has this problem, I was worried that I had deleted a framework (computer has had some harsh crashes lately that has caused a small amount of data loss). I had recently opened up a piece I wrote last year with Wii-Remotes only to find it non-functioning. The thing is, I swear I wrote the piece on a version of OS 10.8… I think the problem has stemmed from an incremental update to 10.8.

The problem with the OSCulator solution is that it is not free. A before people get up in arms about that comment, I want to point out that I don’t mind paying for the software… what I do mind is asking other people who may want to perform my composition written for Wii-Remote to purchase OSCulator. I provide my Max patch as a runtime software for free, the code is available as well, and I am already requiring the performer get access to a Wii-Remote (which can be borrowed free of charge, and were so prevalent at one point that access to them should be easy), but I don’t want to require another software to run my piece when that software is not free.

This seems to be a problem with using the Wii-Remote in Max… every time I find an object I like that works well (originally aka.wiiremote, and then ajh.wiiremote), a Mac OS update prevents its use.

tdh


March 6, 2014 | 12:23 am

Don’t know which features of the Wii remote you need, but DFRobot has recently put on the market – as a separate component – the infrared camera used in the remote. Either with a wired or a wireless connection (XBee) you could bypass the Bluetooth connection to the Mac using an Arduino or a Raspberry Pi.

http://www.dfrobot.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=48&product_id=1088


March 9, 2014 | 4:27 pm

Hey,
i wrote an eMail to Alex Harker and he sent me an update for the ajh for Mavericks.
Thanx so much Alex….

Here it is…

Cheers
Peer


May 25, 2014 | 11:42 am

I got the ‘Starting search’ message but no connection. Does any of you guys have a clue on this? Best!


August 13, 2014 | 5:56 am

Hey there

I’m on Mavericks too – just downloaded these updates – I get a connection – and I can activate the vibrations on the Wiimote via the helpfile patcher – but I can’t get any data from the Wiimote… any suggestions?


October 22, 2014 | 7:34 am

Sorry to bring this thread back to life – but I’m also on Mavericks (10.9.4) and I get the following errors
ajh.wiiremote 1.2 by Alex Harker (based on aka.wiiremote by Masayuki Akamatsu)
partial rewrite by Timo Rozendal to fix incompatibility with Mountain Lion and to add support for the TR version (2013)
can’t get Bluetooth version.

even using the new version downloaded above kindly supplied by Peter.
Also – I am a little confused – there are two downloads but they are the same .mxo object?
Any thoughts?
Thanks

Sorry fixed it – just needed to turn Bluetooth on :)


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