[Ardour-Users] Can Ardour be run remotely via ssh on a headless system? Was: Start ardour on command line in raspbian (rpi)
jbeezez at gmail.com
Thu Oct 24 03:25:41 PDT 2013
"The first one is to run ssh -X to raspberry and run the GUI on your
laptop. When you close the GUI, ardour will exit."
Yes, this is the one I'd like.
When typing 'ardour' or 'ardour3' on the command line shell connected to
the rpi via ssh on my lappy, ... nothing happens?
Cheers again for the info and apologies that I missed the post in the
BTW - I'm running ssh -Y (should it make a difference?) An old post I founs
said -Y was better for some reason
On 24 October 2013 10:59, Marco Bertorello <marco at bertorello.ns0.it> wrote:
> 2013/10/24 Julian Brooks <jbeezez at gmail.com>:
> > Hey Marco,
> > Can Ardour be run remotely via ssh on a headless system?
> Here  somebody say that it is possible (see the last post).
> However, there are some alternatives that you can consider if you
> haven't any OCS controller for Ardour:
> The first one is to run ssh -X to raspberry and run the GUI on your
> laptop. When you close the GUI, ardour will exit.
> The second one is to use only jack over network on raspberry pi and
> keep ardour running on your laptop.
> The third and last alternative, can be run Ardour normally on the
> raspberry using a local GUI (yes, you must run Xorg on the rpi) and
> connect to it using such remote control like VNC.
> Best Regards,
>  https://community.ardour.org/node/3394
> Marco Bertorello
> System Administrator
> "prima di sgomberarci sgombratevi il cervello
> noi siamo la comunità toglietevi il cappello"
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