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1  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / Re: Alsa configured at boot in frugal install on: January 07, 2015, 09:54:16 AM
Hello again

I have already found the solution.

So I have loaded the "alsa4dslv2.dsl" at bootup and have set the alsa boot option.
I know this extension works. This means, I have already used it and have a "/etc/asound.state" file generated by "
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sudo alsactl store
".
Instead of making a backup of the files like mentioned above I have discovered a way to ad files to a .dsl extension.
First of all, you rename alsa4dslv2.dsl in alsa4dslv2.tar.gz.
Than do
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gzip -d alsa4dslv2.tar.gz
and you can ad files to it by doing "
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tar -rf alsa4dslv2.tar file1 file2
".
Then do
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"gzip alsa4dslv2.tar"
and, rename it back to alsa4dslv2.dsl.
To my surprise it works. For one or another reason opening and repacking it makes it useless.
So I added the files /etc/asound.state and /etc/modutils/sound.

At this point there are still 5 commands to execute. I have put them all in a file that I have made executable. To do that, I Did "
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sudo chmod 777 file
".
You can put that file in your home directory (eg: /home/dsl/.alsastart) and than start it at bootup as a command in "/home/dsl/.xinitrc" or "/opt/bootlocal.sh".

The 5 commands are:
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1)sudo /opt/alsa/snddevices 2) sudo depmod -a 3) sudo modprobe snd-intel8x0 (=driver for your sounddevice) 4) sudo update-modules 5) sudo alsactl restore.
     
If it complains about unresolved characters in a certain driver, normally you can continue.

 Thanks.
2  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / Alsa configured at boot in frugal install on: December 30, 2014, 03:58:02 PM
Hello

I'm running DSL latest stable release, frugal installed (grub).

I'm trying to have alsa "configured" at boot.

So I have the alsa boot option enabled before loading alsa4dslv2.dsl (in boot). I have also put
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"proc/, etc/modutils/sound, ramdis/etck/var/tmp/alsaconf.cards, etc/modprobe.conf, etc/asound.state, opt/alsa"
into the filetool.list, plus
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"/init.d/alsasound start" and "/usr/sbin/alsactl restore"
into the bootlocal.sh.   
Still I have to do the whole alsaconf stuff before having sound.               

My hardware is pci intel8x0.

At this moment I can have a part of it configured by doing first
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"/opt/alsa/alsasetup (just the command, without the other staps)" than "modprobe snd-intel8x0" plus "alsactl restore"
.
With this I can play wav files in xmms if configured with alsa (not oss, as it is by default).
Soundtracker on the contrary doesn't peep.                                     
Anyone?

Thanks
3  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / Re: recording sound on: October 09, 2014, 02:37:24 PM
Thanks for the advice

It's solved.
In Audacity I enabled the "input gain" line to record.
So, when I open Dmix and, in the upper left corner I choose "input gain" to push the "rec" button there; it works

Carlo
4  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / recording sound on: October 08, 2014, 07:55:19 AM
Hello

I have the latest stable dsl installed with oss sound.
When I'm using soundtracker and, I want to record something with the build-in recorder, it doesn't work.
So then I open audacity to do it. I've noticed that from that moment on (when audacity is working and, I have been recording something) recording with soundtracker also works.
That means that audacity installs something (maybe a module, a driver, or library) that enables the entire system to record.
Does anyone have a clou what that might be, so I can enable/install it by default.

Thanks
5  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / Re: synchronal stopwatch on: April 25, 2014, 11:19:45 AM
When I have a video file compound of several other files, in which I had to change volume, I must synchronize every sound file separately, so I have to know the right place to begin each take.
What do you think I can do with ffmpeg?
6  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / Re: synchronal stopwatch on: April 22, 2014, 06:56:23 AM
I need time displayed in, at least hundredth of seconds to adjust sound-delay in Audacity.
7  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / Re: synchronal stopwatch on: April 21, 2014, 08:42:49 AM
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TIMEFORMAT=%E;
total=0;nl=$'\n';key=go; while [[ $key != 's' ]]; do result=$( (time read -sn1; echo "$REPLY") 2>&1 );result=${result/$nl/ };key=${result#* };lap=${result% *}; thou=${lap#0};thou=${thou/.};let total+=$thou;echo "Lap $lap"; done; echo "Total ${total:0:${#total} - 3}.${total: -3:3}"
unset TIMEFORMAT

This one looks interesting to me. I had managed to have those lap-times addition-ed instead of separated. But when it begins to count more than 1 minute it keeps on counting only seconds. For that the next one could be better, but that one can't be started together with mplayer. I thought I'll mix the 2 watches together, but it seems to be in different languages. I'm a new-by in scripting. I also noticed that when I start mplayer, in "the terminal" it gives the elapsed seconds (like the first stopwatch) , so if I could put that in an order of "minutes, seconds, milliseconds",...      But where? I have been searching, and nothing appeared.

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#!/bin/sh

# A command line Stopwatch

# License: LGPLv2
# Author:
#    http://www.pixelbeat.org/
# Notes:
#    This script starts a few processes per lap, in addition to
#    the shell loop processing, so the assumption is made that
#    this takes an insignificant amount of time compared to
#    the response time of humans (~.1s) (or the keyboard
#    interrupt rate (~.05s)).
#    '?' for splits must be entered twice if characters
#    (erroneously) entered before it (on the same line).
#    '?' since not generating a signal may be slightly delayed
#    on heavily loaded systems.
#    Lap timings on ubuntu may be slightly delayed due to:
#    https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/62511
# Changes:
#    V1.0, 23 Aug 2005, Initial release
#    V1.1, 26 Jul 2007, Allow both splits and laps from single invocation.
#                       Only start timer after a key is pressed.
#                       Indicate lap number
#                       Cache programs at startup so there is less error
#                       due to startup delays.
#    V1.2, 01 Aug 2007, Work around `date` commands that don't have nanoseconds.
#                       Use stty to change interrupt keys to space for laps etc.
#                       Ignore other input as it causes problems.
#    V1.3, 01 Aug 2007, Testing release.
#    V1.4, 02 Aug 2007, Various tweaks to get working under ubuntu and Mac OS X.
#    V1.5, 27 Jun 2008, set LANG=C as got vague bug report about it.

export LANG=C

ulimit -c 0   #no cores from SIGQUIT
trap '' TSTP  #ignore Ctrl-Z just in case
save_tty=`stty -g` && trap "stty $save_tty" EXIT #restore tty on exit
stty quit ' ' #space for laps rather than Ctrl-\
stty eof  '?' #? for splits rather than Ctrl-D
stty -echo    #don't echo input

cache_progs() {
    stty > /dev/null
    date > /dev/null
    grep . < /dev/null
    (echo "import time" | python) 2> /dev/null
    bc < /dev/null
    sed '' < /dev/null
    printf '1' > /dev/null
    /usr/bin/time false 2> /dev/null
    cat < /dev/null
}
cache_progs #to minimise startup delay

date +%s.%N | grep -qF 'N' && use_python=1 #if `date` doesn't have nanoseconds
now() {
    if [ "$use_python" ]; then
        echo "import time; print time.time()" 2>/dev/null | python
    else
        printf "%.2f" `date +%s.%N`
    fi
}

fmt_seconds() {
    seconds=$1
    mins=`echo $seconds/60 | bc`
    if [ "$mins" != "0" ]; then
        seconds=`echo "$seconds - ($mins*60)" | bc`
        echo "$mins:$seconds"
    else
        echo "$seconds"
    fi
}

total() {
    end=`now`
    total=`echo "$end - $start" | bc`
    fmt_seconds $total
}

stop() {
    [ "$lapped" ] && lap "$laptime" "display"
    total
    exit
}

lap() {
    laptime=`echo "$1" | sed -n 's/.*real[^0-9.]*\(.*\)/\1/p'`
    [ ! "$laptime" -o "$laptime" = "0.00" ] && return #signals too frequent
    laptotal=`echo $laptime+0$laptotal | bc`
    if [ "$2" = "display" ]; then
        lapcount=`echo 0$lapcount+1 | bc`
        laptime=`fmt_seconds $laptotal`
        echo $laptime "($lapcount)"
        lapped="true"
        laptotal="0"
    fi
}

echo -n "Space for lap | ? for split | Ctrl-C to stop | Space to start...">&2

while true; do
    trap true INT QUIT #set signal handlers
    laptime=`/usr/bin/time -p 2>&1 cat >/dev/null`
    ret=$?
    trap '' INT QUIT #ignore signals within this script
    if [ $ret -eq 1 -o $ret -eq 2 -o $ret -eq 130 ]; then #SIGINT = stop
        [ ! "$start" ] && { echo >&2; exit; }
        stop
    elif [ $ret -eq 3 -o $ret -eq 131 ]; then #SIGQUIT = lap
        if [ ! "$start" ]; then
            start=`now` || exit 1
            echo >&2
            continue
        fi
        lap "$laptime" "display"
    else #eof = split
        [ ! "$start" ] && continue
        total
        lap "$laptime" #update laptotal
    fi
done
8  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / Re: synchronal stopwatch on: April 18, 2014, 08:12:52 AM
Thanks for the information but,

every stopwatch has a start-button.
I want that button to be activated at appearance from the command line if possible. So that I can do "mplayer myfile.avi | stopwatch (-?)".
It's as if I want to launch Audacity with "audacity myfile.mp3 -start", and it already runs when it appears, which it doesn't by default.

Thanks
9  MyDSL Extensions / Extension Development / synchronal stopwatch on: April 17, 2014, 01:45:50 PM
Hello

 When I'm doing video stuff, I have found out that a combination of Mplayer with a stopwatch works fine to make sound and image going synchronal later on in Avidemux and Audacity. As a result of my low cpu (=666MHz), Avidemux isn't synchronal.
I managed to install a stopwatch from Debian Etch. The only problem now is that I can't launch it (started) together with Mplayer . I always have to start the stopwatch manually after appearance, which is tricky.
So I was wandering if someone knows about a stopwatch install-able in DSL, that can be launched "started" at appearance?
I Thought that maybe there is a possibility with Xmacro. (Recording mouse and keyboard events). But when I run Xmacrorec my mouse dont work anymore. To make a script for Xmacroplay, I haven't enough knowledge yet.

Thanks
10  MyDSL Extensions / System / ubuntuone on: February 14, 2014, 01:27:13 PM
Hello

Can someone tell me if it is possible to access Ubuntuone with FTP (file transfer protocol) in DSL?
I have tried to do it after installing Python2.4, but it still gives the next error:...

"sys:1: DeprecationWarning: Non-ASCII character '\x9f' in file u1ftp-0.1.zip on line 2, but no encoding declared; see http://www.python.org/peps/pep-0263.html for details
File "u1ftp-0.1.zip", line 1
PK_PTEhA£EÂ
^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax"


I can't enter it the normal way via the web.

Thanks
11  MyDSL Extensions / Net / Re: alt-gr-keys in firefox 2.0 on: November 05, 2013, 04:44:39 AM
I have added "dsl lang=be" to the menu.lst and ... it works !

Thanks
12  MyDSL Extensions / Net / alt-gr-keys in firefox 2.0 on: November 04, 2013, 05:10:36 PM
 Hello

I'm using a hard drive install, latest stable version of dsl. I have a be-latin1 keyboard setting, and when I am on the internet with a Firefox-like browser, my @ key (and all other alt gr+keys) wont work. If I just have run xsetup.sh it "does", but after reboot no more. Dillo is the only browser which print it, but I tried to login my yahoo mail with Dillo (I need @ to login), than there is a problem with cookies (that version of Dillo is to old I think, because in the cookiesrc, cookies are enabled with "#default exept". Can anyone tell me what I can do to have another shortcut for @. I allready tried to put echo @ in the jwmkeysrc but it failed (it than writes it into the text part of the system, that you can see with "ctrl+alt+f1").
 
       Thanks
13  Damn Small Linux / Other Help Topics / Re: configuring packages on: April 22, 2013, 01:32:27 PM
Thanks
14  Damn Small Linux / Other Help Topics / Re: configuring packages on: April 21, 2013, 06:59:49 AM
Thanks,

that explains a lot.
"Sourcecode package" does that mean, from "Sourceforge", or is that from Debian in our (DSL) case?
What I allso wanted to know is: When I want to start an installed package and the output is: errot while loading shared libraries (eg) 'gimpprint.so.1' no such file or directory, and I can't find gimpprint.so.1, why should this than work with gimpprint.dev?

Thanks again
15  Damn Small Linux / Other Help Topics / configuring packages on: April 19, 2013, 09:04:54 AM
Hello

To install packages of sourceforge (for instance), I need to configure them first. Meanwhile I know it is possible to do "make" and "make install" with gcc, but how will I be able to do "./configure"? Is there a package in Debian I can install for it? Or what?
I have to mention that I have a full hd installation.

Thanks
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