Sunday, February 16, 2014
If you move from one computer to another with DidJiX, inevitably you end up meeting a sound card different from that encountered previously : in this case, Mixxx offers reconfigure the audio system...
And then, select the new sound card in the Master list...
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Saturday, March 9, 2013
For I know not what obscure reason, Xp, Vista and Seven are able to access only the first partition on a device identified as removable.
If your device used for DidJiX is identified as such (all are not, especially hard drives, but conventional hard drives are shock sensitive), you can not directly copy your music on its second partition (often called "extended" on this blog) from your Windows.
In this case, from your computer, simply start DidJiX before your Windows system and use the file explorer Qtfm to copy your music from your hard drive to the DidJiX extended partition.
You will find your Windows hard drive and the DidJiX extended partition in the left panel of Qtfm.
Use keys to start Qtfm and notice that your hard drive will be read-only.
Watch this screencast...
Monday, February 25, 2013
The new release of DidJiX is up!
You can follow all the changes from the DidJiX repository but, to summarize, the main change is the usage of the kernel mode setting.
Always about the kernel which is now in 3.7.9, the kernel module for the Hercules DJ Console Mk2 is included in this release of DidJiX. You may have to manually load it if udev don't do it automatically.
If you experience problems with this new video mode, you can always start DidJiX in vesa mode at boot prompt. I would appreciate your feedback on this topic.
Download it, try it and mix...
Sunday, February 3, 2013
The use of this console requires the presence of specific kernel module that is not included in DidJix... This module is now available here.
Size: 49Ko - Sha1: fc47258b30e0ddcabf107eb7ff9a259213f6a0ab
- Download and save the DidJiX.1.0.hdjmod.pkg.tar.xz package on the second partition of your DidJiX removable media, where there's all your musics.
Start DidJiX, open a terminal over Mixxx with
pacman -U DidJiX.1.0.hdjmod.pkg.tar.xz
keys, install the downloaded package with pacman, load the specific kernel module,
- Close the terminal with keys and try your Hercules DJ console...
If all is good, change the DidJix behavior to automate all. Open a terminal over Mixxx and run these commands to change your .xinitrc script,
echo pacman -U /mnt/Mixxx/Musics/DidJiX.1.0.hdjmod.pkg.tar.xz \
echo modprobe hdj-mod >> /mnt/Mixxx/Musics/.xinitrc
Next release of DidJix will try to include this module... Thanks to Gimmeapill for his work on hdjmod.
Note that the package can be downloaded directly from DidJiX...