I am getting confident with remote patching through my laptop and wifi connection.
I am currently using VNC viewer and it seems it works pretty good.
I am now wondering if it is possible to change screen resolution since all seems to be very tiny, in particular the content of the .pd files.
sorry but this solution should just work with patch “StartVNC”, which should be no longer required with Organelle OS 4.0, see on top of details in https://patchstorage.com/startvnc/.
So I am wondering if there are other more standard solutions for this.
I don’t know if anyone did it but I used to do pd programming in raspberry pi via ssh with X11 forwarding
and that was much lighter/ quicker than Vnc
this also had the benefit that the pd interface was being rendered in the mac with better resolution / antialiasing than in a monitor connected directly in the organelle.
Here is the reference for raspberry. (this also works out in raspbian) https://ccrma.stanford.edu/wiki/CCRMA_Satellite_How_To_Connect
I tried doing a similar ssh connection to Organelle but pd wasn’t opening in the mac… Does anyone know any magic recipe?. I have a first gen organelle running last Os. I fear it might have something to do with Arch linux… Greetings!
Try this system script. Upload to the /sdcard/System folder (you might have to make a System folder), and unzip it. Should look like this:
It will show up in the Extra menu on the Organelle home screen. It will start vncserver with resolution 2560x1440. You can change this resolution at the end of the run.sh file (in the Start VNC 1440 folder).
StartVNC1440.zip (655 Bytes)
Thanks for sharing that link. I was trying to get that working long ago without success. Maybe it will work easier on the Organelle M. It would be the ideal solution if it could be made to work smoothly…