Am 29.07.2012 00:29, schrieb rosea.grammostola:
Is it possible to start guitarix with a specific preset via command line? Then I could use it in NSM via the nsm-proxy client. Not so nice as full NSM support, but alas ...\r
It is, it's a little tricky, . . . :-) The preset to load is given by the guitarix state file, . . .So, you can start guitarix with the -n parameter to give a name for the (jack)instance,
example guitarix -n gx2.guitarix will create a own state file for guitarix:gx2, select the preset you will use, and quit guitarix. Now, when you would like to start guitarix with this preset, just start guitarix -n gx2. Create as many state files you need the same way, maybe guitarix -n lead, . . . rhythm, . . . If you use the name of the preset you like to load, you will have a cool overview of this stuff. The name given by the -n parameter is the name witch is used for connect to jack, so for connections you must take care to use the correct name.
A other way is the -f parameter, . . .Select the preset you would use to start guitarix, quit guitarix, go to $HOME/.config/guitarix/ and copy and rename the file guitarix2_rc to what ever you like (preset_name? _rc). Repeat that for any preset you need to start guitarix with. To load the state file, start guitarix with
guitarix -f /were/ever/your/state_file/is_rc greets hermann _______________________________________________ Linux-audio-user mailing list Linux-audio-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx http://lists.linuxaudio.org/listinfo/linux-audio-user
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