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working setup for snowleopard &cuda

Postby buschfsu » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:09 am

guys im running snowleopard on a mbpro ive tried cuda 2.3 cuda 3 install 1.3.401 and 1.3.402 and everything i try crashes when i change freq to 15 on the master page. am i missing something?
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Re: working setup for snowleopard &cuda

Postby giancarlo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 6:49 am

which version of snow leopard exactly? I'm using 10.6.3 and cuda 3. Don't switch to mode 15 at runtime, just create a "Nebula3 Cuda.vst" like pc guys are doing
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Re: working setup for snowleopard &cuda

Postby buschfsu » Wed Apr 28, 2010 1:39 pm

yes 10.6.3 ive created a cuda.vst and a cuda.xml then wrapped it for AU. what should i change in the xml file so that i dont have to change to mode 15 during runtime?

im guessing
<OFREQD> 15</OFREQD>
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Re: working setup for snowleopard &cuda

Postby giancarlo » Wed Apr 28, 2010 5:07 pm

yes exactly! it should never crash. I don't recommend to switch from/to a cuda mode at runtime.
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Re: working setup for snowleopard &cuda

Postby zaminx » Wed Apr 28, 2010 5:50 pm

buschfsu wrote:yes 10.6.3 ive created a cuda.vst and a cuda.xml then wrapped it for AU. what should i change in the xml file so that i dont have to change to mode 15 during runtime?

im guessing
<OFREQD> 15</OFREQD>




Change in the XML to 15 like this OFREQD> 15
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Re: working setup for snowleopard &cuda

Postby buschfsu » Thu Apr 29, 2010 1:54 pm

Working! thanks guys
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