sorry for the previous mail, it had a wrong tiltle, so I repost.
I'm also, on a HP dm1, 64-bit installation and I have the same malfunctions like those felix has mentioned. I'm working on supercollider, and I haven't
spot yet the SCClassLibrary and plugins folders.
Any propositions, do you think I should have move to another distro?
> Sorry, Geofroy, I meant that it seemed that the 64 bit Puredyne didn't
> recognize my 8 gb ram, but I couldn't study further. I was having lots > of different not recognized hardware -sound, right mouse button, > wireless, contextual menu key, volume keys- and had to move to ubuntu
> studio. > I am not able to take the time to fix all this right now because I > have a lot of work to do, so I guess I will have to wait for a > Puredyne update. > Thank you a lot > Felix
At Thu, 2 Feb 2012 22:17:23 +0200,
Yorgos Diapoulis wrote:
> Hi list,
> sorry for the previous mail, it had a wrong tiltle, so I repost.
> I'm also, on a HP dm1, 64-bit installation and I have the same malfunctions
> like those felix has mentioned. I'm working on supercollider, and I haven't
> spot yet the SCClassLibrary and plugins folders.
In Linux, SCClassLibrary is inside the system application support directory: Platform.systemAppSupportDir. (Linux is not mac).
Plugins go into the system's standard library path. I think (not 100% sure about this) that if you've installed SuperCollider from a package (like in puredyne), this location is /usr/lib/SuperCollider/plugins. If you've built from source, /usr/local/lib/SuperCollider/plugins.