[Ardour-Users] can one add something to 'thread apply all bt' ?
jan at spreemusik.de
Sun Jul 17 01:33:47 PDT 2011
Yes, there is a space. It works here, for ardour2 at least, and all
other programs, Try adding a full path to the output, for example '>>
Am 17.07.2011 09:07, schrieb fred:
> Le 16/07/2011 20:38, Jan Fuchsmann a écrit :
>> Simply redirect the output with >>
>> For example:
>> /opt/Ardour-3.0alpha9_9807-dbg/bin/ardour3 -d >> output.txt
> Well, this don't work here, it says :
> arg = -d
> arg = >>
> Excess command line arguments ignored. (output.txt)
> Is there a space between >> and output.txt ?
>> Am 16.07.2011 20:35, schrieb fred:
>>> Hi list,
>>> when run '/opt/Ardour-3.0alpha9_9807-dbg/bin/ardour3 -d'
>>> and Ardour crash, is it something to do to have all the output in a
>>> file ?
>>> Means, copy/paste is not possible here, cause when have more
>>> than X pages (return action) I don't have all the output
>>> Of course, I could have test to add something like '> bug.txt',
>>> but prefered to ask before !
>>> I see 2 ways :
>>> 1.add something to 'thread...'
>>> 2.have unlimited lines in gnome-terminal
>>> Thanks for the reply Folks.
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