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kowalski
PostPosted: Wed 09 Jan 2013, 17:11    Post subject: Kowalski
Subject description: oomidi

Thanks a lot. I think that now run smoothly oomidi-2012. Probably LP2_QT-4.8.0-ph-gst-opgl.sfs join your base. Oomidi is so good that I almost have a full orchestra in the house, the only parameters depending on the attached samples. Good luck, and expressed admiration for such a quick settlement.


OOmidi 2011 is already running, or properly, have not checked, but oomidi-2012 does not work. In kxstudio and AV linux was indifferent. which will install, I am writing for information, it may have some significance. In addition, incorrectly written, oostudio-2011 runs from the command line rather than from the terminal. Enough for today. I have a lot of time, a week check in action.


EDIT
Sorry, but something else is missing or something is too much - Jack stopped working.
RSH
PostPosted: Wed 09 Jan 2013, 16:50    Post subject:

Hi.

Yes, the JSampler looks interesting. In fact that much, that I will spend some time for this - but it will need some days or weeks.

For QQMidi I have installed these files:

- oomidi-2011_2011.3.1-0ubuntu1~lucid7_i386.deb
- liblilv-0-0_0.5.0-1~lucid2_i386.deb
- liblscp6_0.5.6+svn2325-0~lucid1_i386.deb
- libserd-0-0_0.5.0-1~lucid1_i386.deb
- libsord-0-0_0.5.0-1~lucid1_i386.deb
- libsuil-0-0_0.4.4-1+fixed1~lucid1_i386.deb


and loaded the LP2_QT-4.8.0-ph-gst-opgl.sfs, which is a combination of these two PET files:

http://smokey01.com/pemasu/pet_packages-exprimo/qt-4.8.0-webkit-phonon-gstreamer-opengl-dpup.pet
http://smokey01.com/pemasu/pet_packages-exprimo/gstreamer-plugins-deps-0.0.1.pet

converted to SFS with LazY Puppy. To get this to work as SFS I've had to symlink the Qt stuff to /usr/lib, which might not be needed if installing them as PET.

I'm sure, installing this Qt stuff will result in not working applications like TiMidity etc. That's always the problem with Qt - too many different versions and each one will crash another piece of software!

My private LazY Puppy is a bit different to the Web Versions, because it has removed all Qt stuff. This way I can run different programs using different versions of Qt from SFS - actually just one version at a time.
kowalski
PostPosted: Wed 09 Jan 2013, 14:14    Post subject: Kowalski
Subject description: oomidi

RSH wrote:
Actually downloaded the OOMIDI files and made a quick test install.

It complains the not available jack - because the sfs is not loaded. It misses/wants some qt stuff after installing, so I've loaded a Qt4-Kit for the test.

QSample/JSampler files downloaded too, but did not install yet.


EDIT:

Currently I'm getting the Metronome Sound and can use Audio (Sound is there). BUT NO MIDI SOUND!

Any Idea, what is needed for this?


MIDI sound will not be, because it must be installed base of sound. Among other things, this is what is jsampler. Starting in oomidi-2011 is quite a pain, so it is better oomidi-2012, in which as I recall is already assembled links to these databases and automatically downloads the database and creates a connection between jsamplerem and oomidi. It is actually quite a pressure vices, I know this because oomidi is integrated into the AV Studio, on which it ran. You can also in some other way, but that's another story and depends on the type of sound card (some have their own memory banks or memory to load a bank of sounds), or a special program introduced at startup to RAM your computer like this system. Unfortunately, I have too slow a computer, 2.66 GHz, 1 GB of memory and is too weak to oomidi in AV Linux and think that a program such as yours, there will be less demanding. The AV Linux to work full oomidi duo processor is required and 3 GHz 4GB RAM I wonder how you started oomidi-2011, I did not succeed. Are you saying that was enough to load these files from the page you gave?! Maybe you installed something in addition to what I do not. The AV Linux:

http://www.bandshed.net/AVLinux.html

there were no such problems. Maybe I'll try again. If anything is unclear, then please ask and I will try to explain the fact that quite a long time already running the Easy oomidi in AV Linux, and I would have to re-install. Jack, of course, must be because oomidi and jsampler passes through it.

Correction.
However, only in the earlier version was in AV Linux oomidi-2011, which has not yet fired, but a long time yet to look into it. oomidi can be run manually or in a terminal by typing "oostudio" for the 2011 version, then set all the parameters in oostudio Jack and the rest of the sound base to form a session, version 2012. - Manually or by typing in the terminal "oostudio-2012" where there are many more automated, so as to obtain such a picture jsamplera:


Yes Jsampler set the basis for sound for each MIDI track oomidi. OOstudio so stores the entire session, so that each time there was no need to set the parameters. I do not know who you QT4 matter, such as written QT4-Kit, the PPM does not have.
RSH
PostPosted: Wed 09 Jan 2013, 07:53    Post subject:

Actually downloaded the OOMIDI files and made a quick test install.

It complains the not available jack - because the sfs is not loaded. It misses/wants some qt stuff after installing, so I've loaded a Qt4-Kit for the test.

QSample/JSampler files downloaded too, but did not install yet.


EDIT:

Currently I'm getting the Metronome Sound and can use Audio (Sound is there). BUT NO MIDI SOUND!

Any Idea, what is needed for this?
kowalski
PostPosted: Wed 09 Jan 2013, 07:37    Post subject: Kowalski
Subject description: Jsampler

Of course, as usual, I forgot to add that it must also be installed Java in order to jsampler appeared on the screen. The problem of "oomidi" still important to solve. I do not know why the automatic translator omitted the word Java.
kowalski
PostPosted: Tue 08 Jan 2013, 10:29    Post subject: Kowalski
Subject description: jsampler-fantasia

RSH wrote:
kowalski wrote:
Thank you and congratulations on a really great implementation of this version 2.0.2, up to date.

Thanks! Very Happy

Also for the Links. Will have a look at this as soon as possible. I'm always interested especially in Audio, Video & Graphics Software.

nancy reagan wrote:
Quite impressive, though of most don't know what they do.

Though you already do a lot of work, would it be hard to give a 1 word description of each sfs, next time ?

Yes it's a lot of sfs files. And yes, most people might not know what they do.

I started LazY Puppy as a project, to build "my own Puppy" and then to see, if anyone else would find it useful and/or will/can use it. Since the beginning I did never really come to a point to use the LazY Puppy - except to use it for developing it.

So, a lot of programs I also do not really know, what they do - except by editing the .desktop file. Laughing

I will add such information, when adding some needed information to the files, because some of them are still available in the current version of LazY Puppy.

RSH


Jsamplera case finally solved itself, because I forgot
earlier about some important matter. So first install the
Puppy Package Manager - qsampler. Important. Do not run!!!
If you run before you run linuxsamplera - will not be
worked!! Then install linuxsampler and liblinuxsampler (the Puppy Package Manager, no, just download and install from the link given earlier).
In a terminal run - linuxsampler, followed by the launch. then
You can easily run qsampler (also jsampler and
jsampler-fantasia after downloading and installing it from the link given earlier).
RSH
PostPosted: Mon 07 Jan 2013, 17:59    Post subject:

kowalski wrote:
Thank you and congratulations on a really great implementation of this version 2.0.2, up to date.

Thanks! Very Happy

Also for the Links. Will have a look at this as soon as possible. I'm always interested especially in Audio, Video & Graphics Software.

nancy reagan wrote:
Quite impressive, though of most don't know what they do.

Though you already do a lot of work, would it be hard to give a 1 word description of each sfs, next time ?

Yes it's a lot of sfs files. And yes, most people might not know what they do.

I started LazY Puppy as a project, to build "my own Puppy" and then to see, if anyone else would find it useful and/or will/can use it. Since the beginning I did never really come to a point to use the LazY Puppy - except to use it for developing it.

So, a lot of programs I also do not really know, what they do - except by editing the .desktop file. Laughing

I will add such information, when adding some needed information to the files, because some of them are still available in the current version of LazY Puppy.

RSH
kowalski
PostPosted: Mon 07 Jan 2013, 13:38    Post subject: Re: Kowalski
Subject description: Kowalski

kowalski wrote:
To be completely happy yet I miss OOMidi and jsampler. Will it be and when?


still:

http://jsampler.sourceforge.net/
http://www.linuxsampler.org/screenshots.html

Very good programs, especially jsampler-fantasia (there are qsampler, rarely used), in addition oomidi next expected version (currently 2012), as they write, it will be with the soundtrack. Thank you and congratulations on a really great implementation of this version 2.0.2, up to date. As for what he wrote "nancy reagan", in fact, someone who rarely engaged in programs. can u use it to wake wąpliwość individual SFS, the name itself suggests is not always applicable. I also sometimes wątpliowści when it comes to programs, especially not music. Yours sincerely.
kowalski
PostPosted: Mon 07 Jan 2013, 13:02    Post subject: Kowalski
Subject description: Kowalski

Here you go, here and thank you for your interest:

https://launchpad.net/~kxstudio-team/+archive/openoctave/+packages
http://www.openoctave.org/downloads/oomidi
nancy reagan
PostPosted: Mon 07 Jan 2013, 12:59    Post subject: long list of sfs's

RSH wrote:
Hi.

List of available single sfs files updated. Now 251 files available.

LazY Puppy Repo at smokey01.com

RSH


Quite impressive, though of most don't know what they do.

Though you already do a lot of work, would it be hard to give a 1 word description of each sfs, next time ?
RSH
PostPosted: Mon 07 Jan 2013, 11:30    Post subject: Re: Kowalski
Subject description: Kowalski

kowalski wrote:
To be completely happy yet I miss OOMidi and jsampler. Will it be and when?

Hi.

I don't know both of them. Any links for that?

RSH
kowalski
PostPosted: Mon 07 Jan 2013, 07:45    Post subject: Kowalski
Subject description: Kowalski

To be completely happy yet I miss OOMidi and jsampler. Will it be and when?
RSH
PostPosted: Mon 07 Jan 2013, 01:06    Post subject:

Hi.

List of available single sfs files updated. Now 251 files available.

LazY Puppy Repo at smokey01.com

RSH
RSH
PostPosted: Sun 06 Jan 2013, 22:18    Post subject:

Quote:
I wish I could understand the mechanism you're referring to, but I don't have a clue how to implement this tip...

Example:

Aqualung saves its data usually in /root/.aqualung.

I have created directory .aqualung in the directory of my documents at the boot partition and put in there the aqualung files.

Then I've made a symbolic link to this directory in /root

So, now directory /root/.aqualung is pointed/linked to /mnt/sdd1/Dateien/Aqualung/.aqualung - no data inside the OS, no data inside of a save file.

If I boot LazY Puppy (RAM, no save file) I just run a small script that creates the symbolic link for Aqualung and also for some other applications.

Quote:
Fotoxx is just an image viewer

Yes, it is. It has only some rudimentary functions to edit images. Not worth to be named.

Quote:
The particular appeal of UFRaw is that
:

1. it acts as a plug-in for GIMP, as well as functioning standalone (RAWstudio is standalone only, IIRC), and

2. UFRaw is also available as Windows freeware. I'm running it under Win2K as well.

So it would be a very worthwhile addition to your stable of sfs apps.

Any links for that?

Quote:
And there must be many more equally essential Linux apps out there that likely will never come to your attention because they don't happen to fall into your personal areas of interest.

A lot of the LazY Puppy SFS files are applications that I'm not interested in. But if it did work, I did make an SFS for that. So, again: any links for that?
otropogo
PostPosted: Sat 05 Jan 2013, 15:52    Post subject:

RSH wrote:
Quote:
I'd be surprised if UFRaw is contained in either of your sfs files.

Sorry, it isn't.

It is in the Fotoxx SFS.


Fotoxx was the first Linux app that allowed me to view Panasonic RAW files. I haven't used it lately, because I'm able to install and run UFRAW and RAWstudio under Knoppix.

And, IIRC, Fotoxx is just an image viewer, without editing capabilities.

The particular appeal of UFRaw is that
:

1. it acts as a plug-in for GIMP, as well as functioning standalone (RAWstudio is standalone only, IIRC), and

2. UFRaw is also available as Windows freeware. I'm running it under Win2K as well.

So it would be a very worthwhile addition to your stable of sfs apps.



Quote:
...
I know from forum members they use a symbolic link for browser data etc. like I do it for my media players. This should work for almost every application.


I wish I could understand the mechanism you're referring to, but I don't have a clue how to implement this tip...



Quote:
....

On the forum there is PaDS, which combines pet and deb files into a single sfs file - also with right-click on the directory containing the pet and deb files.


Another intriguing tip the workings of which I can't comprehend. I know how to download deb and pet packages, place them in a common folder, and right click on a folder. But imaginig what the result would be is a blank.

I'll have a look for PaDS, and perhaps an explanation.

Quote:
My LazY Puppy boot directory currently contains 307 SFS files. From these SFS files I have created 449 RunScripts for the 449 Programs included in these SFS files. So, not really limited. Laughing


I didn't mean to belittle your very commendable efforts. But no single person could hope to keep up with all of the Linux packages out there.

Consider the fact that there is (and has been for some years) only a single free RAW plug-in for GIMP, the most popular Linux photo editor by far, yet it isn't among your collection of sfs conversions. And there must be many more equally essential Linux apps out there that likely will never come to your attention because they don't happen to fall into your personal areas of interest.

There are even serious photographers, as I understand it, who don't use RAW format yet, and so would have no interest in RAWstudio or UFRaw. And most point and shoot cameras don't offer RAW format to the user at all.

Quote:
Did you try SFS PLUS 2.0.5 (Forum Utilities)?


Not yet, but will try to get to it, thanks.

Quote:
Thanks for the x-fprot-info.


You're welcome, and I hope you're able to convert it. BTW - please let me know also if you locate a deb package for it. I'd like to install it in Knoppix as well.

Fprot and Fsecure (its parent company) have gotten poor reviews in AV comparisons recently. However, x-fprot makes fprot easy to update and easy to use The biggest hassle is that you can't save the scan path, and have to browse to it every time you start the program. There's also a danger if you choose to "list all files scanned" and set it to scan your entire system. The resulting report can fill up a 2fs file and make it unusable.

OTOH, Fsecure updates the virus list fairly regularly, and xfprot allows you to update it without the user of a browser.

I don't know much about ClamAV, but I'd be interested in trying an sfs version of that too, given that it appears to be the only other free Virus scanner for Linux.
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