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Old 08-14-2018, 07:40 AM   #26
shosty
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Originally Posted by Time Waster View Post
I'm confused. Currently I have put reaper here: /home/mal/reaper_linux_x86_64/REAPER.

Here's what I get if I try to run the install script:

mal@malAVL64:/$ cd /home/mal/reaper_linux_x86_64/
mal@malAVL64:~/reaper_linux_x86_64$ sudo install-reaper.sh
sudo: install-reaper.sh: command not found
mal@malAVL64:~/reaper_linux_x86_64$ dir
install-reaper.sh readme-linux.txt REAPER
mal@malAVL64:~/reaper_linux_x86_64$ sudo install-reaper.sh
sudo: install-reaper.sh: command not found
mal@malAVL64:~/reaper_linux_x86_64$

However, Reaper runs fine, apart from the JSFX issue. I put a folder containing my JS files here: home/mal/reaper_linux_x86_64/REAPER/InstallData/Effects/ReaRackModularSynth/ along with all the other JS files that reside in folders under /Effects. However, my JSFX don't appear either when selecting running 'Scan for new plugins' or on restarting Reaper. Where is this /.config directory?
The config directory is a hidden one, you might need to enable hidden files to see it. It is located in your home, /home/mal/.config/REAPER

Not sure why you can't run the script...Doesn't debian come without sudo? That would be why I expect.
https://unix.stackexchange.com/quest...mand-not-found
https://wiki.debian.org/sudo
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