when it says “complete” just touch any KEY (1,2,3) on the top of the device to shut down.
as @Justmat said, the bottom reset button is the nothing works at all panic button. don’t use this unless something is truly broken and not working. it shuts the computer down hard which likely puts it in a bad state.
i have the ### SCRIPT ERROR: SUPERCOLLIDER FAIL problem.
i went digging around but couldn’t find a definate “how to” fix the problem.
tried ;restart from maiden
here’s what maiden says after a ;restart
*** WARNING *** The program ‘matron’ uses the Apple Bonjour compatibility layer of Avahi.
*** WARNING *** Please fix your application to use the native API of Avahi!
*** WARNING *** For more information see http://0pointer.de/avahi-compat?s=libdns_sd&e=matron
OSC rx port: 8888
OSC crone port: 9999
OSC ext port: 57120
starting lua vm
running lua config file: dofile(’/home/we/norns/lua/core/config.lua’)
norns version: 0.0.0
git hash: 9ceae9a5
ttyACM found, but not a crow
dev_list_add: error allocating device data
arc added: 1 monome arc m1100231 m1100231
grid added: 2 monome 128 m1000648 m1000648
In maiden there are two tabs in the REPL area. The first one is for matron which is the control program which is running scripts and controlling the display. The second tab is sc (for supercollider). Can you click the sc tab, type ;restart into that REPL and post the results here.
The selected tab controls which portion of the norns software actually gets restarted. It seems like restarting supercollider might yield more information as to the nature of the problem.
using maiden i deleted the two installs of OTIS.
(one had a date in the file name)
then i reinstalled OTIS from maiden.
i then did a ;restart of the matron and it error-ed again.
did a ;restart on the SC tab and it gave me a clean boot up!
went back to the matron tab and did a ;restart and it booted up all new with “none” at the top.
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE HELP!!!
i didn’t realize that that little SC in maiden was another tab of info!
I wanted to play around with ORCA but noticed that my mechanical keyboard wasn’t doing anything when pressed. It looks like the keyboard is being recognized by Norns but the keys aren’t registering. So in the effort of troubleshooting I installed HID_Demo. I have no key press response from Keyboard_Test or HID_Events. Any ideas on what my issue may be? I’m new to Norns. Thanks in advance!
When HID Events is loaded Matron sees the following. Pressing a key does not print those key events Matron as I think it should.
1: Keyboard - WhiteFox:truefox PixelMap USB
2: Keyboard - WhiteFox:truefox PixelMap USB 2
3: Keyboard - WhiteFox:truefox PixelMap USB 3
4: Keyboard - WhiteFox:truefox PixelMap USB 4
reading PMAP /home/we/dust/data/hid_demo/hid-events/hid-events.pmap
I feel like I might be missing something obvious, but I haven’t found a sync option on my Norns. It’s not listed under the system menu as some previous posts have suggested and I haven’t been able to find explicit instructions on how to sync in the docs. I’ve just updated to 2.1.1 via maiden and have a FAT-32 flash drive, freshly formatted, plugged in. Can anyone send me a hint?
Using Maiden for library mgt seems to be working great, but this morning I was looking at the data folder and there are now multiple copies of everything that I have updated from Maiden. I assume Maiden leaves the “-master” on the folder name? My habit has always been to remove it? How should I clean this up? Thanks
in general, no, it clones a project’s repository if possible. i guess it’s possible for it to grab a download link with foo-master.zip if that is the only thing available for a project - haven’t seen this happen but also haven’t tried everything in the catalogs.
you’re just seeing stuff in the data folder? like there is (1) dust/data/foo and (2) dust/data/foo-master, but only (3)dust/code/foo and no (4) dust/code/foo/master right? if so, i’d guess (2) is from an older installation, (1) and (3) are from the maiden installation. (the stuff in data is generated by the norns system for script state persistence, i don’t think the project manager touches them.)