Originally Posted by knc1
It is written to assume that if myts is not running;
then the special file needs to be made.
Rather than test if the special file exists before making it.
Try removing: /var/tmp/myts.special
and then see if you can start it.
I did read the sh but oddly there was no myts.special in var/tmp, I should have mentioned that but I was very tired and a bit disheartened.
well back the fray now.
EDIT: Yep I was right, myts.special gets created by the .sh then the process just hangs.
From command line or launchpad. w/e.
as a side note (myts.special is of 0 size)
deleting the .special file by hand does nothing.
Ctrl+C gives us: ^C
/mnt/us/myts/myts.sh: line 21: cannot create /var/tmp/myts.special: Interrupted system call
leaving the special in place and trying to run direct gives us:
[root@kindle tmp]# /mnt/us/myts/myts
Hmm. oddness. I'll have a tinker.
and there was me getting all excited about shuffling audio grains for the day. ho hum.