crash with windows xp
Feb 13, 2007 at 10:07pm
crash with windows xp
I am getting some weird behaviour with my Max/MSP/Jitter. It is not
If I put my computer in stand by mode with max open, when I reopen it
This doesn’t happen if I don’t have max open so usually I just close
Does max need a fresh start to ‘get the engines going’ as it were?
Feb 15, 2007 at 1:44am
Anyway good luck with future max/msp standby issues.
Feb 15, 2007 at 9:31am
“When i use Max under linux”
On Feb 15, 2007, at 1:44 AM, Macca wrote:
Feb 15, 2007 at 10:27am
Does MaxPlay run in wine? Could you share your experiences?…
Feb 15, 2007 at 6:23pm
Also interested in this bizarre Linux statement.
Feb 15, 2007 at 8:09pm
Returning to your problem…
> If I put my computer in stand by mode with max open, when I reopen it
I understand ‘all kinds of wierd behavior’ is what it feels like. But
Well, I went to boil water for tea, so I booted my MacBook up in
Heya C74 Windows Support (Andrew?), a Bug Report
Summary: After standby, Copy/Paste causes Max to crash
There have been reports of other problems related to standby mode on
Back to Carey:
Dunno. I had suspicions the the scheduler might not like the time
Hope this helps,
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Feb 16, 2007 at 11:39am
yeh the crash im pretty sure is windows specific to laptops. I havn’t tried the crash via linux as linux doesn’t like being put on standby full stop and doesnt wake up most of the time. Anyway Linux wise its all happy via Wine…i know its not native to linux of course its just emulating windows but its happy as pie. There is some limitations of course as with nearly all wine applications.
I am trying to work around this issue by playing with the default wine fonts.
Again i know that this isn’t exactly a native linux distro of Max/Msp but as cycling don’t make it then im not going to try to do it. Plus i can’t as i don’t ahve the know how.
Its fun to play with the XGL and AIGLX while using max.
Other linux stuff is that my JACK drivers are dodgy…i won’t pretend to be a linux pro so i’m sure its easiliy fixed…. so i use the OSS drivers with wine. Actully i think im sure the ALSA and my PD uses OSS….somthing like that….it sounds good though. I am gonna play with my jack again though so then i can route the output of max into otehr programs before it goes to my sound card…or put stuff staight into MAx
CHeck out open-sound.org or linux sound or something…its got loads of open source synths etc…most are shite but some are fun to play with,
If anyone has any other luck with linux max stuff please tell…..are cycling planning on ever supporting linux….it would be great to have a full version of max for linux
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