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weedlight

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  • weedlight
    unix programm name registration
    Could someone help I just forget where I have registrated a unix program name. I looked for me quiet official does berkley perhaps provide such a service.
    Link to this post 14 Sep 13

    Could someone help I just forget where I have registrated a unix program name.

    I looked for me quiet official does berkley perhaps provide such a service.

  • weedlight
    please implement pthread_suspend and pthread_resume
    Hi, a realtime kernel just makes no sense without pthread_suspend and pthread_resume. About async-thread-safe functions exist just when taking less than one turn in turn based system. Syncing takes 0 to 1 turn. Greedy threads takes more than 1 turn. By implementing Advanced Gtk+ Sequencer I have overtaken gtk's main loop and its greedy it takes more than one turn while doing user interaction. please consider what I told you thanks
    Link to this post 14 Sep 13

    Hi, a realtime kernel just makes no sense without pthread_suspend and pthread_resume.

    About async-thread-safe functions exist just when taking less than one turn in turn based system.

    Syncing takes 0 to 1 turn.

    Greedy threads takes more than 1 turn.

    By implementing Advanced Gtk+ Sequencer I have overtaken gtk's main loop and its greedy it takes more than one turn while doing user interaction.

    please consider what I told you

    thanks

  • weedlight
    RE: suspend other posix thread(s)
    Now I write a module that uses pth instead of pthread library.
    Link to this post 12 Sep 13

    Now I write a module that uses pth instead of pthread library.

  • weedlight
    suspend other posix thread(s)
    I just got this fancy application called `ags` see sourceforge.net/p/ags During compilation I get the following error: ags-ags_thread.o: In function `ags_thread_real_timelock': /home/joel/ags-code/./src/ags/thread/ags_thread.c:1620: undefined reference to `pthread_suspend' /home/joel/ags-code/./src/ags/thread/ags_thread.c:1660: undefined reference to `pthread_resume' because the listed functions don't exist on debian GNU/Linux. How can I install the pthread library that provides those functions ...
    Link to this post 11 Sep 13

    I just got this fancy application called `ags` see sourceforge.net/p/ags

    During compilation I get the following error:

    ags-ags_thread.o: In function `ags_thread_real_timelock':
    /home/joel/ags-code/./src/ags/thread/ags_thread.c:1620: undefined reference to `pthread_suspend'
    /home/joel/ags-code/./src/ags/thread/ags_thread.c:1660: undefined reference to `pthread_resume'

    because the listed functions don't exist on debian GNU/Linux. How can I install the pthread library that provides those functions ...

  • weedlight
    RE: Bluray on Linux.
    Note this may be not legal in your country! You can decrypt blu-ray using: http://www.videolan.org/developers/libaacs.html There's a good article: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/BluRay
    Link to this post 25 Aug 13

    Note this may be not legal in your country!

    You can decrypt blu-ray using:

    http://www.videolan.org/developers/libaacs.html

    There's a good article:

    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/BluRay

  • weedlight
    RE: Skype Microphone Doesnt Work
    Assumed your camera isn't running try as root in your favorite shell: sudo modprobe v4l To solve audio setup, edit the file '~/.asoundrc' and put something like following in it: pcm.pulse { type pulse } ctl.pulse { type pulse } pcm.!default { type pulse } ctl.!default { type pulse }
    Link to this post 25 Aug 13

    Assumed your camera isn't running try as root in your favorite shell:
    sudo modprobe v4l

    To solve audio setup, edit the file '~/.asoundrc' and put something like following in it:

    pcm.pulse {
    type pulse
    }
    ctl.pulse {
    type pulse
    }
    pcm.!default {
    type pulse
    }
    ctl.!default {
    type pulse
    }

  • weedlight
    Hi
    My name is Joël Krähemann and I'm writing an audio sequencer. It's called Advanced Gtk+ Sequencer for short ags. It's a lifetime project and I investigated much time into it. Please have a look at [url=http://sourceforge.net/p/ags]http://sf.net/p/ags[/url] if you're an enthousiast, too. Currently I'm working on its super threaded version. Have a nice day.
    Link to this post 03 Jul 13

    My name is Joël Krähemann and I'm writing an audio sequencer. It's called Advanced Gtk+ Sequencer for short ags. It's a lifetime project and I investigated much time into it. Please have a look at http://sf.net/p/ags if you're an enthousiast, too.

    Currently I'm working on its super threaded version.

    Have a nice day.

  • weedlight
    Linux is so awesome - got tree sync
    Hi all At this point I'd really want to say how great is Linux! And I shouldn't forget to say sorry for my wrong assumptions that there's a bug: "sorry". It belongs to threads, mutices and conditional locks. cu Joël
    Link to this post 28 Jun 13

    Hi all

    At this point I'd really want to say how great is Linux!
    And I shouldn't forget to say sorry for my wrong assumptions that there's a bug: "sorry".

    It belongs to threads, mutices and conditional locks.

    cu
    Joël

  • weedlight
    RE: Realtime Kernel on CISCs - do they still exist?
    The strange behaviour is probably tracking down to a large binary.
    Link to this post 25 Mar 13

    The strange behaviour is probably tracking down to a large binary.

  • weedlight
    Realtime Kernel on CISCs - do they still exist?
    Hi, I develope a Sequencer as I revised threading model using conditional locks I experienced in strange behaviour. It seemed as a calculations like addition and subtraction weren't safe. May be just a Programming mistake. But by they way what kind of processors are in recent apple mac book pro? I've added my kernel configuration file and output of `lspci -vv` and `lscpu`.
    Link to this post 21 Mar 13

    Hi, I develope a Sequencer as I revised threading model using conditional locks I experienced in strange behaviour. It seemed as a calculations like addition and subtraction weren't safe. May be just a Programming mistake. But by they way what kind of processors are in recent apple mac book pro?

    I've added my kernel configuration file and output of `lspci -vv` and `lscpu`.

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