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Taccess
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Win 10 / Bash on Ubuntu on Windows /

Post by Taccess »

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmsJHocTt84

Hi i am trying to figure out if i can somehow run claudia on bash in win 10 so i can use the auto reconnect and other features that claudia has over carla .

Is there any linux experts because i have tried but cant figure out if this is possible ???

if it is possible will jack audio running on win 10 connect to cluadia on bash /win 10 or does jack also run through bash ?

I believe that a linux expert will understand this and be able to quickly explain the main points with setting this up.

i have bash completely setup via this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DmsJHocTt84 ,

i have run these commands :

wget https://launchpad.net/~kxstudio-debian/ ... o1_all.deb

sudo apt-get install apt-transport-https software-properties-common wget

sudo dpkg -i kxstudio-repos_9.3.0~kxstudio1_all.deb

sudo apt-get install alsa-utils

sudo apt install qt-sdk

sudo apt install qt creator

aswell as git ,emacs , gcc

i dont know if i have missed anything to download or what to do next or even how to get a cadence GUI to appear ??

Really appreciate some help here i have a feeling this is possible and this bash in win 10 is new and i really want to use claudia >

Thanks

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Re: Win 10 / Bash on Ubuntu on Windows /

Post by progwolff »

As falkTX said, running plain linux is probably the easier way to do this.

If you still want to do it in Windows Bash:

The Windows Bash has no built in X Server, meaning you can't run graphical applications. You will have to use Xming for that ( see http://www.pcworld.com/article/3055403/ ... trick.html ).

Also notice that I don't know if ( and at which latencies ) the Linux Bash can transport audio to your ASIO drivers...

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