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Old 07-17-2018, 12:59 PM   #641
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1st is simple:
1. Add Control surface (for example PreSonus FaderPort) with configured MIDI input/output ports
2. press Edit button
3. MIDI input/output no longer configured
4. press OK
5. press Edit
6. Control surface mode already another (in my case - Frontier AlphaTrack)
Thanks! Fixed this in libSwell -- if you want to have the fix you'll need to pull WDL and build libSwell.so (or wait for 5.94pre1)

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2nd more serious:
1. Add PreSonus FaderPort Control surface (and configure MIDI ports)
2. press any transport button in Reaper
3. the corresponding button lights up on the FaderPort device
4. press any transport button in FaderPort device
5. nothing happens
6. retry (4) again and again
7. after xxx attempts corresponding action actuate in Reaper
8. move volume fader in Reaper
9. fader in FaderPort moves accordingly and smoothly
10. move fader in FaderPort
11. fader in Reaper moves by leaps
Fixing for 5.94pre1, thanks!

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Old 07-17-2018, 01:00 PM   #642
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Thanks, fixed for the next build (it also is fixed in the public WDL, if you want to build your own libSwell).
Thanks again!
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Old 07-19-2018, 11:30 AM   #643
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Fixed this in libSwell -- if you want to have the fix you'll need to pull WDL and build libSwell.so (or wait for 5.94pre1)

Fixing for 5.94pre1, thanks!
Both work nice, thanks a lot
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Old 08-13-2018, 06:35 AM   #644
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So is GUFW supposed to work with Manjaro? (today) I found and installed it through the octo'thing but starting it gives me nada, even istalled UFW and extras because I 'figured stuff' but nooOoo..
And rebooted, nope, njet, nix..
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Old 08-13-2018, 06:38 AM   #645
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So is GUFW supposed to work with Manjaro? (today) I found and installed it through the octo'thing but starting it gives me nada, even istalled UFW and extras because I 'figured stuff' but nooOoo..
And rebooted, nope, njet, nix..
Did you post on the wrong website/forum? I used to use manjaro a couple of years ago and GUFW was broken even then. Run it from a terminal and post the output on the manjaro forum
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Old 08-13-2018, 06:39 AM   #646
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So is GUFW supposed to work with Manjaro? (today) I found and installed it through the octo'thing but starting it gives me nada, even istalled UFW and extras because I 'figured stuff' but nooOoo..
And rebooted, nope, njet, nix..
Are you talking about firewalls?
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Old 08-13-2018, 06:49 AM   #647
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Actually nope, I did post this here on purpose, I admit it and I saw the whole thing, SmajjL is the criminal!! here he is, grab him!!

Went by the general discussion and I live here, sort of and I am shy to go other places: :P

I am pretty new with Manjaro/Arch and GUFW have worked on other distros and none of them was Arch based, I think.
Thank you for your hint, I shall pick another flavour then, yes sir!
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Old 08-13-2018, 06:51 AM   #648
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Are you talking about firewalls?
Yep, Manjaro seems to have none at all pre-installed, but don't quote me.
I would need something very user friendly.
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Thank you for your hint, I shall pick another flavour then, yes sir!
That might not be necessary. Run gufw from a terminal and it might tell you what the problem is.

However, from my experience manjaro has a number of issues like this but it's hard to say if this is one of them with such a vague report.
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Yep, Manjaro seems to have none at all pre-installed, but don't quote me.
I would need something very user friendly.
UFW will be installed but I believe it's not enabled by default. That is actually very easy to use and means that GUFW isn't really needed.
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Right, so through a terminal I get a lots of:
(gufw.py:1210): Gdk-CRITICAL **: 18:05:34.764: gdk_keymap_get_for_display: assertion 'GDK_IS_DISPLAY (display)' failed
and keymap/replace stuff blabla's (the short version.


I get what you are saying though, I am just a tad un-comphy with that stuff at this early stage and, I don't have a hard time switching to something else for the time beeing since I have barely used Manjaro and I would like to keep my momentum in getting something Linux installed and try REAPER see where we are at.
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Right, so through a terminal I get a lots of:
(gufw.py:1210): Gdk-CRITICAL **: 18:05:34.764: gdk_keymap_get_for_display: assertion 'GDK_IS_DISPLAY (display)' failed
and keymap/replace stuff blabla's (the short version.


I get what you are saying though, I am just a tad un-comphy with that stuff at this early stage and, I don't have a hard time switching to something else for the time beeing since I have barely used Manjaro and I would like to keep my momentum in getting something Linux installed and try REAPER see where we are at.
Fair enough. If you're doing music then I would advise ubuntu or debian based distros so you can use the kxstudio repo. KDE Neon is a nice minimal(ish) base to start with.

You could also have a look at avlinux, that's a very complete set up.
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Yep, I think, KDE is my attraction of preference also and I have been using Kubuntu abit, remember some issues though with-in the Software manager and I guess flatpak and what evs' was New then, maby sorted out now.
And besides looks some flavours go for more effective'ness and lots of more options tweaks, have that stuff to learn also, what is what, why this/that.
Anyway, I shall try Neon shosty and, thank you!
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Old 08-13-2018, 08:09 AM   #654
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UFW will be installed but I believe it's not enabled by default. That is actually very easy to use and means that GUFW isn't really needed.
^^ This. I never had a need for a graphical UI for UFW, because the U stands for ... "uncomplicated"

Besides, what's the use for a firewall if you're not running any services?
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Old 08-13-2018, 08:21 AM   #655
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I have actually not even a clue of confirmed'ness over here if even the console version or if the service even works and that is just abit un-romantic for my sensitive little heart atm "should I just go Tarzan-mode? I am not mentally ready and I am going to try Neon now anyway and if it works it works.

PS, wow one get rusty fast, I have to go cc-mode for Linus/x to find it? no kidding SchmajjL…*Slap!!*

Got my GUFW though.
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Old 08-21-2018, 03:00 PM   #656
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*update*

Right, so I went hmm & curious, wonder if any other edition of Manjaro have problems with GUFW?
Well, the community ED Cinnamon does not, have this problem.


Edit:

Tried the Manjaro KDE Edition (18.0-beta-5) and now it works but, I did install it through Octopi and this time.. I said yes to see the install through the terminal, if that would matter, just saying.
*Wiiie!*
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