i´m trying ot swap the 4GB (slow) microSD to a faster one
already tried putting the image
20160113-v1.0.img with etcher
but its still not working…
am i missing smth here?
is there a method for running it with terminal?
( please be kind - i have seriously no clue on hacking, ldsap, got no linux,
or super collider ( which only reminded me a nice project by cristian vogel and jamie lidell )
not working how? does etcher complete and verify successfully? does it not boot up? (do you have a monitor connected to Organelle to see any messages that might appear?)
also, that is the v1.0 system, so you probably want to use this one and then upgrade to 3.1
but a faster SD card won’t do much for performance anyway, there is little disk I/O to the SD card once the thing boots up… (unless you made a custom patch that was writing lots of sound files to the SD card or something)
i can connect a monitor and only watch the startup process flybythrough…
the organelle does not recognize my keyboard
which is a usb mac keyboard from 2007
not working means : i can see some patches i can go up / down, menu all is there but its not going beyon this point
unfortunately the download stopped at 1,67GB
works;) and it seems faster with this faster microSD card…so when comes the time when patches can be inside, too?
If your SD card is 8GB or bigger, you can!
anyone tried using the SD card for patch storage… and thus free up a USB port.
what Im thinking is pretty simple:
bigger SD card, which is fast (8gb)
create the first 4gb partition for the OS, which will still be mount ro by default
copy the organelle image to this partition. (Ive already got a backup
create a second partition, mounted as rw, and use as an alternative to /usbdrive
(Ive already abstracted this in OrganelleUI, so easy to point it somewhere else)
Id assume, if anythi…
its actually pretty big…64GB sandisk extreme pro…so probably it will take years and some huge 24bit orchestral patches to fill it up
but i have no clue about how to make it on linux - in this case archlinux isn´t it? is there some “copy&paste” style code, like in terminal on osx?
Follow the instructions in the link above in the Organelle Terminal itself.