Le dimanche 18 novembre 2012 à 19:13 +0100, Yves Grenier a écrit :
Hi Philippe

Hi Yves,

Here are the results of my tests with Saffire Pro 24 (sorry for the 
delay, It was hard for me to find enough time for these small tests).

In the monitoring tab, I can modify the level of all 6 output lines. For 
each line, UA, Mu and GM work as expected.

The global Mute is OK. The H/W button inhibates the commands for the six 
lines, this is OK.

What seems not to work: the global "Activate Dim", which has no effect, 
whatever the Dim Level is. As a consequence, the GD buttons have no 
effect for any of the six lines.

Ooooops. I mistook in the registers for Pro 24. I correct this as rapidly as possible.

I did not hear any difference when clicking on the Mono buttons.

Since Mu and GM buttons work, it means that the correct register is addressed. I will check the encoding, but possibly, it is not so evident to really hear a difference.

Another remark; the grey color is almost the same when the button is on 
or off. Maybe more contrasted values would help.

I'm not a specialist of PyQt; but I think the final rendering might depend on your own configuration. Whatever, using different colors would be better but the few tests I did were not convincing.
Note this is just matter of modifying the "ui" file using Qt designer, for instance - a fairly simple interface; there is no need for knowledge about programming. Possibly somebody would like to take time for this.

Best regards

Yves

Best regards,

Phil


Le 07/11/2012 22:46, Yves Grenier a écrit :
> Le 06/11/2012 00:49, Jonathan Woithe a écrit :
>> Hi Yves
>>
>>> After compilation and installation, when I start ffado-mixer or
>>> ffado-test, I get:
>>> Library version mismatch. (required: libffado 2.1.9999-2248,
>>> present: libffado 2.999.0-2214)
>> This sounds like you have two different libffado.so* files installed: the
>> new one (r2248) and the old.  This is likely to be due to the bump in the
>> library version number.  This changes the libffado.so* filename so the new
>> revision will not overwrite the old.
>>
>> To fix this, check out
>>
>>     ls -l /usr/local/lib/libffado.so*
>>
>> You'll probably find two shared libraries (in amongst a number of symlinks).
>> Identify the older one (corresponding to libffado 2.999.0-2214) and delete
>> it.  Then run ldconfig.  Once this has been done you should find the problem
>> with ffado-test has been resolved.
> Hi Jonathan,
>
> Thank you for the advice, it worked.
>
> Hi Philippe,
>
> Now ffado-mixer can be executed, without errors. I verified that the
> sliders on the monitoring page work as expected, but I have not tested
> anything else. I hope to perform more complete tests, next week end.
>
> Regards
>
> Yves
>
>
>> Note that this is a one-off task whenever the FFADO library version number
>> if bumped.  Code revisions which don't do this (ie: the vast majority) will
>> overwrite the old libffado.so when you do an install as they always have.
>> The root cause of this problem in your case is that your old FFADO dates
>> from before the release of FFADO 2.1 while the new version comes from after
>> this event.  It was the release of FFADO 2.1 which required the change in
>> library name.
>>
>> I hope that's clear.  Let us know how you get on.
>>
>> Regards
>>     jonathan
>>
>
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