here's what I found in those files, and indeed "paul-laptop" does not appear in the second file. Can you tell me what line I should add to the second? And if you have a few seconds to spare, is it the case that dssi-plugin standard uses OSC? I wasn't aware of that, I'd be interested in more info, or pointers thereto..
paul@...:~$ more /etc/HOSTNAME
/etc/HOSTNAME: No such file or directory
paul@...:~$ more /etc/hostname
paul@...:~$ more /etc/hosts
# The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
::1 ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
(sorry, chris for sending to your personal box. I read the lists all the time but don't post to often)
ciwe@... wrote: Hello Ayerk,
I had the same problem.
Well, please check the file
If your hostname in the first is not as an alias in the second the OSC
URI can't be resolved and the gui does not appear.
May be this helps
Am Friday, 19. October 2007 10:31 schrieb Ayerk Blei:
> On a rosegarden 1.5.1. It uses the hexter and xsynth dssi plugins
alright. The fluidsynth-dssi is listed in the "manage plugins" window.
It's version 0.9.1, seems to be in /usr/lib/dssi along with the
others. But clicking to open the editor window doesn't do anything,
and the "controls" window doesn't offer a way to choose the soundfonts.
This all on Kubuntu feisty. I noticed on some other threads that
people have been using this successfully. So what's my problem?
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From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2007-10-20 14:17:22
On Saturday 20 October 2007, Ayerk Blei wrote:
> thanks chris..
> here's what I found in those files, and indeed "paul-laptop" does not
> appear in the second file. Can you tell me what line I should add to the
> second? And if you have a few seconds to spare, is it the case that
> dssi-plugin standard uses OSC? I wasn't aware of that, I'd be interested
> in more info, or pointers thereto..
I'm testing with my setup, since Chris will likely take some time to respond.
My FluidSynth-DSSI Editor>> button brings up the GUI just fine, so my setup is
a workable example.
Looking over your stuff, it looks like you don't have a "paul-laptop" entry
in /etc/hosts, just one for localhost. You can probably stick "paul-laptop"
right after localhost to fix this.
I can't quite offer my own /etc/hosts as an example, because it actually looks
like I have a weird mistake in there, and I'm wondering how it works. But it
does work. So I don't want to try to "fix" the weird mistake, but I don't
want to encourage you to make the same mistake, and thus promote
DSSI consists of a C language API for use by plugins and hosts, based on the
LADSPA API, and an OSC (Open Sound Control) API for use in user interface to
host communications. The DSSI specification consists of an RFC which
describes the background for the proposal and defines the OSC part of the
specification, and a documented header file which defines the C API.
D. Michael McIntyre