[linux-audio-user] LASH is making me crazy

Dragan Noveski perodog at gmx.net
Thu Dec 21 20:25:32 EST 2006

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Datum: Thu, 21 Dec 2006 16:54:34 -0800
Von: Ken Restivo <ken at restivo.org>
An: linux-audio-user at music.columbia.edu
Betreff: [linux-audio-user] LASH is making me crazy

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> LASH has me stuck in an endless loop.
> It's running, and several daemons and programs are talking to it
> (fluidsynth, f'rinstance). But I can't figure out how to use it or what to do with
> it.
> I fire up lash_control. I try to create a new project. I type in "help"...
> there are lots of commands, but "NEW" isn't one of them? Fine, then, maybe
> I'll just save the current state. I type in save and a name. It tells me,
> "No project selected". Oh K... I type in "list", and it tells me, "No
> projects". Fine then, dammit, maybe I cna name this thing, so I type "name
> thisprojectsomething", and it tells me.... wait for it... "No project selected".
> Goddammit, I'm screaming now, how the hell can I select a project then if
> you won't let me create one??! Where do projects *come* from, anyway, does
> the stork bring them? 
> Maybe I have to set the directory, so I type in "dir /path/to/my/project".
> But it is not to be. I'm told, and I'm sure you can guess this now, "No
> project selected".
> The GUI LASH client gives me the same song and dance, but with dialog
> boxes and greyed-out options instead of the ubiquitous "No project selected"
> message instead.
> Basically, what I want to do, is to save the current state of all my
> LASH-enabled apps, somewhere, with a project name (preferably in the nice
> project directory where most of the files are anyway).
> What am I doing wrong?

don´t know, but since i am using "glashctl" i do not have any more problems you are reporting about, cause "glashctl" for me is super-intuitiv!

if you wanna give a try:


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